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  1. If you can't program the midi support directly, could you provide an SDK that allows the community to do so? Or GREATLY expand what can be mapped to a keyboard shortcut. The midi thing is better, especially if 2-way communication works. See Loupedeck or similar for Lightroom. Better plugin support is always useful.
  2. With a robust hotkey interface, you can use midistroke (http://charlie-roberts.com/midiStroke/) to map any midi controller to your application of choice. The Behringer Xtouch compact at $299 is a good start. https://www.music-group.com/Categories/Behringer/Computer-Audio/Desktop-Controllers/X-TOUCH-COMPACT/p/P0B3L But yes, a controller would be nice. Having it feed back to motorized faders for things like color correction would be really cool.
  3. I have Landscape Pro and Portrait Pro body working (in addition to Portrait Pro, but it is already listed as working on the linked page) on a Mac running Sierra. Has anyone gotten the DAZ Studio photoshop bridge plugin to work (www.daz3d.com)? If so, how as I appear to be doing it wrong?
  4. For people asking for browsing similar to Lightroom, I can tell you my answer. Get extensions for photos ($0.99 on the store). Using this, you can then use Apple Photos as your image browser with all associated tags/data. Then, right-click and "external editor" into Affinity (or any other editor), make changes, and save back into photos. Now, about that Macro Persona and batch processing....