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CleverClod

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  1. The latest update hasn't changed anything for me. However, I have found a workaround. Instead of editing the photo in iPhoto, then choosing to edit with Affinity... right click on the photo, and choose to edit it with Affinity Photo. I've attached a screenshot. To help clarify the issue, this feature DOES NOT work if you: Open up a photo in iPhoto Click "Edit" at the top right Click the (...) option for editing with extensions. Choose the "Edit in Affinity Photo" option. Note: all other Affinity extensions work fine here (i.e. Affinity Develop, Affinity Haze Removal, Affinity Retouch) This feature DOES work if you: Right click on any photo in iPhoto Choose "Edit With" and then select "Affinity Photo" ----- What I'm still missing from this though, is the ability to choose a photo in iPhoto, edit it in Affinity Photo, and have all of my edits adjust and update in iPhoto. It seems with this route, I have to save a new file after I make edits. Please let me know if I'm missing something!
  2. Same with me. The latest update hasn't changed anything here.
  3. It's been almost a month with no response . Is there a better spot to get support?
  4. Hi Chris! I'm still having this issue on my Mac. I've attached the "info" from one of the file examples that I'm trying to do this with, to directly answer which file type I'm using. It's either a JPEG like this, or even a RAW file from the same camera. It is also happening to every picture I try to do this with, and not one particular file. I can open this same file from the Affinity "open" menu, but I'm afraid that workflow doesn't adjust the original file like I hoped it would, but instead it creates a new one. (My ultimate goal is to have all my edited files stay in iPhoto so I can keep them across all of my devices.) I've also attached a GIF of my workflow, just in case there's something you see I'm doing wrong. At the end, you can see the error message at the bottom of the screen. Is there perhaps some MAC setting I'm missing that's not allowing extensions to open up applications? I don't have any other 3rd party extensions to test this with. Please let me know if there's any other information I could get you! On a side note, I wasn't getting notifications on responses to this thread, but I should now! Meaning, I should be a lot more responsive in the future :). Thanks so much for your help!
  5. Hello! I just started using Affinity Photo on Mac, and I love it! I'm having difficulty using the "edit in Affinity Photo" extension feature in (Apple) Photos. When I click on it, I get the error message "Affinity Photo could not be launched. Please press cancel." It seems that all the other extensions in Photos are working just fine, just not this one. Photos Version: 2.0 (3150.4.120) Affinity Photo Version: 1.5.2 I've tried a restart of the machine, and a reinstall of Affinity Photo. I also searched the forums and only found an instance of someone else asking about this, with no answer. I'd love some help getting this working! Also... I'd like to confirm that this feature will actually do what I'm hoping it'll do. What I'm looking for is to edit the photo in Affinity Photo, and then when I save it (not export), it'll save my edited copy back into Photos. The desire to easily pull a photo from my laptop in Photos, do a quick edit in affinity, and have it saved back through all my other iCloud devices is the dream!
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