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  1. Using the latest in Affinity 1.6.6. Working on a 42mb RAW. Once converted and processing multiple layers, I'm warping a clients logo on some apparel and water-bottle. During warp or during saving the machine locks up for too long, could be hours (not going to wait and find out). I've attached a link to the images used and some screen shots. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/izgamvyarwu0p3a/AADb_0NxestNLyel63Da15W5a?dl=0
  2. Hey all! Loving and learning the latest AP software. I've run into some hurdles. 1) The tool palette has a very low contrast when tool is selected. My screen is calibrated with a Munki therefore I'd rather not shift the contrast on the screen. The preferences seem to have some sliders that suggest some kind of color contrast, however only the canvas area seems to work. I'd really like the tool to slightly enlarge and light up, it's 2017, anything can happen. This also happens around the layers section. I'd be an outstanding upgrade to make the layers, landing level, a bright color like what happens when moving layers on AP on an iPad. 2) working on an image with 5-12 layers; select one layer and make a subject selection to create a mask. One file continues to delete the layer when hitting the delete key and another file just deletes what's been selected, which is what I wanted. Program, broken? 3) Selecting a subject, deleting the content to then fill with another color; selected area gets filled, however when moving the selection there's remenents of a halo around the selected are that I must erase. How can this be corected? 4) Edges of subjects that have been Gaussian blurred get little checker marks. Shows up on my image. How do I make this, not happen? 5) I use a Wacom pad and pen. When selecting tools, the selection gets glitchy and doesn't always solidly select the tool. Think I have an eraser, AAAHAH, it's a paint brush. Need to allow some sort of delay when selecting tools. Most of my issues are inconsistencies with the program of asking for a way to speed the work flow up. Please help.
  3. Jarrett

    Laughably Unusable - iPad Pro 9.7”

    iPad 12.9 with 256mb running latest iOS. Yes, it crashes. File size must be kept to a moderate 45mb and under. If making large adjustments or painting large areas, plan on crashing. Limit your canvas size to 5000X8000px max. Make moderate adjustments to the image. The software doesn't manage the memory well so keep the file size small. As for the concept of the program, stellar! It's 2017, files are getting larger and we are all on location trying to get this stuff processed. Vet the software to the capacity that is allowed. If the software crashes with large files, limit the user to a safe file size.