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  1. Paul Mudditt

    IOS 13 iPadOS 13 Public Beta Available today

    Some flash drives work some don’t that need a high current supply. Works great with an external verbatim media share device, created folders and copied files, photo and movie file direct over lightening to USB adapter. Also tried same on iphone 6 and iphone 7 worked perfectly. AP and AD seem to work fine, although have seen a few funnies in email and a few apps like the TSB banking app don’t work.
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    IOS 13 iPadOS 13 Public Beta Available today

    Wanna bet ! Loving it so far
  3. As Dave said above, files in the sandbox and files in the files app are 2 different files unless you follow DM1’s instructions to change the name, save to to files, close it which removes it from sandbox then reopen it from the files area. Now the file in the sandbox will overwrite the copy in the files app when you press save.
  4. Has anybody been brave enough to try the public beta released today with Affinity iPad apps? Tempted .
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    Exporting multiple layers

    Can you post your afphoto file to the forum for the Dev’s/Others to take a look at what might be going wrong?
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    StudioLink doesn't work (macOS)

    Patrick already mentioned, you need to download the latest published versions, the latest beta’s do not have this functionality.
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    Importing photos from iPhotos

    Not sure if this will help but you can only import RAW into Affinity Photo by using Open or Import option. Instead try using IOS drag and drop from photos into Affinity home screen, that will not import the raw photo but instead should import a jpg version. Only concern it might not be the jpg version you want.
  8. I take it you mean apart from iCloud which works perfectly for me. I'll agree Dropbox etc are broken.
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    Poor drawing performance on larger canvases

    Just tried same on, complete slowdown. Edit: Also tested file in Designer, after moving nodes and shapes around for about 30 seconds seems to trigger slowdown here too. CF8E650E-E10C-4299-8822-7F53B91173D5.MP4 slowdown.afphoto
  10. As mentioned above having multiple iPads since first release I have seen some apparently catastrophic iPad failures, nearly all recoverable by one means or another. In the early years, static zaps often upset the flash memory in the iPad, so always best to be aware that your are handling electronics, robust as they are now. Often a backup and restore is the best way to clean out bad flash memory cells if weirdness becomes a regular thing.
  11. Tried to replicate your steps@DM1 I am on IOS 12.4 beta though. Some old photos I found of the first iPad three months before UK launch after my mother visited my brother in Philadelphia. 1F3E7FA1-4DBF-457C-9176-80FEE5444914.MP4
  12. Hi. Dave, can you post your file here too, on my tests it works fine.
  13. Paul Mudditt Exporting slices

    Hi Dave, I don’t see any problems on 141. Edit: Oops yes problems persist but I also seem to be having Dropbox problems with iCloud Drive, i think it’s a Dropbox issue not Affinity.
  14. There have been a few minor issues and new version will likely be released soon. I take it you have already performed the normal iPad reset which clears a great majority of iPad problems on any app. Close all apps then press power and volume down(or home) until you see Apple logo.
  15. Don’t think it’s that difficult, use Finder on Mac and you will see iCloud folder, on IOS Files you see the same folder which is kept in sync on all devices. In use just create sub-folders and place your files on one platform and they are very quickly available on all other platforms. Obviously large files will appear as thumbnails and won’t download from the cloud until you access them. Best way to think of it is like a network drive that all devices can read and write too.