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Paul Mudditt

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  1. Paul Mudditt

    Setting round corners radius independently

    On the iPad, which is the forum you asked, they are extremely good value so hardly surcharging, just being more focused to the type of work you want to do, are you a photographer use Photo, a designer use Designer, bit of both buy both. Often available at a discount price too.
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    Setting round corners radius independently

    In Designer which is primarily a vector too yes there is a corner tool but not in Photo which is primarily a pixel tool although both packages contain a subset of the other package. The programs are complementary and you can open their files in either program. Small designer demo below. BC093256-D1C8-44BA-A126-539A3845E9D2.MP4
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    Can't update Affinity Photo iOS

    I didn't know it was possible to buy IOS app from the Mac App Store anymore, are you sure you did not actually purchase the Mac version of the software? The IOS version you have to buy on the IOS App Store using your iPad.
  4. Certainly looks like a bug I’ve never noticed before.
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    Open from Cloud always says icloud

    Try it with a new file, you should find it saves to On My iPad. It’s only the default for new files not already saved somewhere else. You will find that an existing file that is in the cloud stays in the cloud, even when this setting is changed. You will have to close the file on the Affinity home screen to remove it from the sandbox, move the file to the On My iPad folder then open it from there.
  6. Sorry been out for a meal with the wife, I agree with DM1, both designs open fine on iPad and on Mac versions of Designer. I also checked and they both open fine in Affinity Photo as well. The most likely reason you couldn’t load the file is because it hadn’t downloaded from iCloud properly.
  7. Are you using beta software
  8. Yes you can save to your Mac desktop but must follow these steps on iPad 1. Use “Open from Cloud” option to open file. ( DO NOT not import or click on the file in the files app!) 2. make edits then return to home screen 3. on home screen press the hamburger icon and select save then close. 60F838F7-12CB-4000-82F0-64878E93A8FB.MP4
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    Open from Cloud always says icloud

    No that is the method for Onedrive, Dropbox etc. The only neater way is to use Apple iCloud files.
  10. You missed some steps:-. 1. iPad. Create document and save to iCloud. 1a. Close document on iPad home screen to remove the sandbox copy. 2. Mac: Open document, change and save. 3. iPad. iCloud I see changes. 3a. Open document from iCloud 4. iPad Affinity Designer you will now see the changes. NOTE Mac or PC version does not use a sandbox only the iPad where auto saves are sent to. Don’t use sandbox for long term storage. If you delete the app you delete the sandbox.
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    Perspective tool

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    Saving Photo Files

    On IOS it’s share because both apps take part in the transaction. Only in IOS files area would there be a save where any app can access. It’s part of the Apple walled garden approach to keep your data secure.
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    I can not export

    Check if Affinity Photo has permission to access iCloud Drive, look under iCloud in settings. Also if you want to share to photos albums check in settings under privacy to see if AP is allowed access.