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    obio got a reaction from anon2 in Saving Interface Layouts   
    Photoshop artist with 20 years of experience here. I'm really trying to like Affinity. But this is a deal breaker for me. Suggesting that this is a useless feature is truly remarkable.
     
    I work on about 10 different types of projects.
     
    Sometimes I'm painting with a nearly blank canvas. Other times I'm doing film poster work with a few dozen masks.  Other times I'm doing model photo retouching.  Some documents have 200 layers and dozens of effects. Others require as much screen real estate as possible. I have different UI setups for everything. 
     
    Anyone who thinks this is a matter of "not resetting" from the last setup is frankly missing the point. This is about versatility.
     
    If you want to create a work environment that matches the dozens of ways people make images, you need a workspace that reflects that.
     
    This is a major limitation of Affinity. 
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    obio got a reaction from anon2 in Saving Interface Layouts   
    Photoshop artist with 20 years of experience here. I'm really trying to like Affinity. But this is a deal breaker for me. Suggesting that this is a useless feature is truly remarkable.
     
    I work on about 10 different types of projects.
     
    Sometimes I'm painting with a nearly blank canvas. Other times I'm doing film poster work with a few dozen masks.  Other times I'm doing model photo retouching.  Some documents have 200 layers and dozens of effects. Others require as much screen real estate as possible. I have different UI setups for everything. 
     
    Anyone who thinks this is a matter of "not resetting" from the last setup is frankly missing the point. This is about versatility.
     
    If you want to create a work environment that matches the dozens of ways people make images, you need a workspace that reflects that.
     
    This is a major limitation of Affinity. 
  3. Like
    obio got a reaction from anon2 in Saving Interface Layouts   
    Photoshop artist with 20 years of experience here. I'm really trying to like Affinity. But this is a deal breaker for me. Suggesting that this is a useless feature is truly remarkable.
     
    I work on about 10 different types of projects.
     
    Sometimes I'm painting with a nearly blank canvas. Other times I'm doing film poster work with a few dozen masks.  Other times I'm doing model photo retouching.  Some documents have 200 layers and dozens of effects. Others require as much screen real estate as possible. I have different UI setups for everything. 
     
    Anyone who thinks this is a matter of "not resetting" from the last setup is frankly missing the point. This is about versatility.
     
    If you want to create a work environment that matches the dozens of ways people make images, you need a workspace that reflects that.
     
    This is a major limitation of Affinity. 
  4. Like
    obio got a reaction from anon2 in Saving Interface Layouts   
    Photoshop artist with 20 years of experience here. I'm really trying to like Affinity. But this is a deal breaker for me. Suggesting that this is a useless feature is truly remarkable.
     
    I work on about 10 different types of projects.
     
    Sometimes I'm painting with a nearly blank canvas. Other times I'm doing film poster work with a few dozen masks.  Other times I'm doing model photo retouching.  Some documents have 200 layers and dozens of effects. Others require as much screen real estate as possible. I have different UI setups for everything. 
     
    Anyone who thinks this is a matter of "not resetting" from the last setup is frankly missing the point. This is about versatility.
     
    If you want to create a work environment that matches the dozens of ways people make images, you need a workspace that reflects that.
     
    This is a major limitation of Affinity. 
  5. Like
    obio got a reaction from anon2 in Saving Interface Layouts   
    Photoshop artist with 20 years of experience here. I'm really trying to like Affinity. But this is a deal breaker for me. Suggesting that this is a useless feature is truly remarkable.
     
    I work on about 10 different types of projects.
     
    Sometimes I'm painting with a nearly blank canvas. Other times I'm doing film poster work with a few dozen masks.  Other times I'm doing model photo retouching.  Some documents have 200 layers and dozens of effects. Others require as much screen real estate as possible. I have different UI setups for everything. 
     
    Anyone who thinks this is a matter of "not resetting" from the last setup is frankly missing the point. This is about versatility.
     
    If you want to create a work environment that matches the dozens of ways people make images, you need a workspace that reflects that.
     
    This is a major limitation of Affinity. 
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