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KitKat1947

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About KitKat1947

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  • Birthday 07/24/1947

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    Banska Bystrica Slovak Republic
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    Beer, Ex mountain climber, Film production going back to Clockwork Swiss Cameras from Bolex.

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  1. No the BETA programme does not have the same instant crash problem. However as affinity is aware the latest beta has other issues. I will try to get a new set of graphic drivers sorted out. There are no pending Windows 10 updates. Non of the problem apps on the list are installed on my system You can see from my image that I am somewhat long in the tooth. Actually my hair is now not just grey it is snowy white. Therefore I went to school before there was even a simple pocket calculator. So it takes some effort for me to activate my dwindling grey cells. Will do my best to trace any crash reports. Regards John Edwin in exile in the Slovak Republic.
  2. Hi Patrick, I understand that the two accounts are a pain in the proverbial. I don't know how this actually happened but to merge into one account (preferably @KitKat1947) would be the best logistically for me. Can you do this work for me ??? If so please go ahead. Thanks in advance for reading the above. Regards, John Skelton
  3. I would use the non beta version if I could but my non beta version crashes every time I try to run the programme. I reported that issue many months ago................... Never got a satisfactory reply to my post. John Skelton
  4. Urgent........... I have just installed the latest version of affinity photo beta on my system. In the past there has been not issues when a new beta programme has been updated. This time there is a major issue. When the crop tool is opened and adjusted on a photo and then the apply button is used. Affinity Photo just crashes. This is a ridiculous situation to be in. The crop tool must be one of the most used tools in affinity photo. How is this going to be solved please and how long is going to take. This post is more than urgent. Regards John Skelton
  5. Hi to Forum members, I have just upgraded to the latest version of Affinity Photo running on windows 10. Legal version !!. Affinity Designer runs OK on start up, Publisher runs OK on start up, Affinity Photo Beta runs on start up but the latest version behaves just the like the previous version does. The programme starts to load, gets as far as the main photo screen is starting to display and then simply crashes. I have uploaded a screen recorder shot to show this stupid situation. How can anyone recommend Affinity on to other friends when this problem is manifesting itself and so far Affinity has not been able to come up with a mechanism in a step by step way using perhaps a recorded video posted on Vimeo or YouTube. Or maybe they have done so. As a 72 and half year old computer illiterate it would be nice to have some step by step guidance to resolve the issue. In the past Affinity Photo worked on my system. The situation started to manifest itself after a recent forced windows 10 upgrade. But why is only Affinity Photo affected and the other Affinity programmes start up as normal after the Windows 10 upgrades........ Yours baffled and frustrated. Any help appreciated. Best regards John Edwin in Exile and lockdown in the Slovak Republic................ first-attempt-affin-photo-fail-1.mp4
  6. Hi to forum members, I have tried every tactic so far recommended to get Affinity Photo to start correctly............ It is still crashing on start up. Publisher works, Designer works, but not Affinity Photo. Affinity photo beta works........... I am about to give up and start to work with another photo editor................ Affinity Photo did work, then it stopped loading, I managed to load a later version of Affinity Photo and got it working again............ Now it is not loading after the start up logo screen has displayed.................. Seriously Affinity has to get to the bottom of such inconsistent software behaviour.......... It is only Affinity Photo that is knackered up.................. Yours most frustrated I have to say. John Edwin in Slovakia in lock-down without even a beer to console myself with I can only look at my images of yesterday
  7. Hi Affinity, I am struggling with instability of start up after a windows 10 update has knackered the start up of Affinity Photo version 1.8.2.620 . This is the third time that Affinity Photo has become unstable in the past two weeks. I have managed to get the latest beta version installed of Affinity Photo with version number 1.8.1611 (Beta). Seriously Affinity needs to get this issue resolved............. and rapidly. Currently version 1.8.2.620 starts to load, gets as far as the main programme window opening and then suddenly crashes !!!! Cyberlink photo software is running without such idiosyncrasies. Affinity will loose their reputation rapidly............... Sorry but this is a true statement. Await some solution ASAP best regards John Edwin Skelton in exile in Slovakia.
  8. Hi to forum members, Is there a default setting that can be ' tick boxed ' to be on as a new image is opened or does the Save History have to be set to on every time a new image is opened for processing???? Await forum members thoughts please. John Edwin Skelton
  9. Hi Dutschader, Oh boy my grey cells are definitely depreciating. I imported the above full pdf into Designer and slowly (very slowly) the penny started to drop.......... I found out that there are individual layers for each of the page file elements in the pdf............... I then realised that I could place files into the individual (what I am terming space cells)............. Now I can start thinking about how to makes something nice and present SNGL as the quality piece of A4 class steam locomotive it is ............... Thanks for making me think laterally............... My first experience with a computer was in about 1984 or thereabouts when I bought an Amstrad PCW from Alan Sugar. This ran on CPM and also stretched my brain cells to understand this operating system. link below shows the city where I now live in exile from my home city of York................ https://www.pictorem.com/191183/Banska Bystrica visual panorama Main Square.html
  10. Hi Dutchshader, Attached below is the original file sent to me by the Mug Printing company.............. I was think that the files should just import into designer or publisher and the boxes would present editable files. Full Colour Printed Presentation Box.pdf
  11. Hi, The mug printing company supplied the file uploaded below. But how can this file be converted or re-drawn easily in designer so that I can patch in text and images in the correct orientation. Then I should be able to send a file to to the mug printing company to get a box printed and stamped out by the die cutter. Sorry to be such a dumbo. But when I went to school in the 1960's we only dreamed of computers and maths calculators while reading Dan Dare comics. Regards Edwin John Skelton Post Script.......... I am prepared to pay for a resolution within reasonable limits of my old age pension.
  12. Hi to forum members............... I have managed to get an idea from a trial mug to actuality of a small pilot production run for public assessment.......... I did this despite my grey cells at the age of 72 depreciating at a rapid rate of knots. Now I have come up with a stumbling block because these Durham mugs need packing in a safe carton and to have this carton be used as a display on the shelves of the Sir Nigel Gresley Trust sales department. Can anyone help me to locate a template that can be imported into designer so I can place text and images on the template to send out to a packaging company for die stamping out of durable carton packaging material.............. Sir Nigel Gresley (The Locomotive) is currently in bits and pieces on the workshop floor of the National Railway Museum in York. The mug image below was taken on the 19th September 2015 at Grosmont Station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway line. A day later SNG was withdrawn from service for a refurbishment and new boiler safety certificate. SNG should steam again in 2020. https://vimeo.com/user57039819/sir-nigel-gresley-steam-locomotive Any help or recommendations would be gratefully received. Thanking forum members in advance for reading the above. John Edwin Skelton in exile.
  13. Hi to forum members, Perhaps my idea has been posted before. It is just that an idea from my experience as a bumbling computer amateur aged 72 with dreams of making things easier for my rapidly decaying grey cells. Is there any way that Affinity could develop up ' ULTRA POWER TOOL TIPS ' That could be purchased as ' ADD ONS ' to the Affinity family. I have problems with two areas at the moment. 1/ Fine hair, not just on pretty ladies but on miniature dogs as per the image added below. Nelly was photographed against a grey background and then placed on a grass background. You can clearly see my problem in the very fine silky hair around her face. 2/ The production of realistic shadows after cutting out an object. There is a youtube video which helps on this topic but as my patience and ability to remember a series of operations is depreciating as my age increases, surely some algorithm can be developed as an expanding shadow tool tip. Seriously I would pay a reasonable figure for such ' Ultra Power Tool Tips '. Anybody out their on the forum with similar depreciating mental capacity........... When I went to school there was not even a pocket calculator to use, never mind a computer keyboard. Thanks for reading the above. John Edwin Skelton in exiles in Slovakia.
  14. Radegast is a Czech beer. This is a very hoppy IPA brew on tap in my local Pizza restaurant, only in February at Euro 1.60 for a 400 ml glass. The pictures were snapped very quickly on my Samsung S8. So they are not the best pictures but I want to try to persuade the landlord to make some table stand up cards to promote this rather tasty brew............
  15. Hi to Firstdefence and Carl 123, Your information was spot on................ I had missed the information or the point was not highlighted about the two types of brushes when I had been watching a video (not created by Affinity). Your help is really appreciated. I am sorry that I can't offer you both a beer (see attached jpeg). However if you are ever in Slovakia, please don't hesitate in contacting me in Banska Bystrica (Central Slovakia).
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