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  1. You purchased an app and that app will run for years, possibly for decades, until your operating system stops supporting it. It won't cost you a penny more than you already paid. But why, (and I don't mean this to sound nasty), would you feel entitled to the newer version of the app for free too? To use a car buying analogy (since you mentioned cars)... you paid for Version 1. To expect Version 2 for nothing is the equivalent of taking your car back to the garage after a couple of years and expecting them to upgrade your CD player and fit new alloys for nothing. Not likely, is it? :) You paid for version 1, and that's what you got. Version 2 will have new and enhanced features. If you want those features, you're going to have to pay for the upgrade (though I would bet Affinity will offer a decent discount to existing licence holders). Not trying to give you a hard time, but I don't think it's realistic to expect unlimited upgrades for the amount you paid.
  2. Affinity can't refund you because Affinity didn't sell you the product. If I buy a book from Amazon and don't like it, I can't get a refund from the publisher.
  3. What advantage do you expect from using the Windows store that you don't have now? I seriously don't get it. Ask the users of MS's Groove Music how they'd feel about a licence transfer.... after MS shut down the service and suggested they move to Spotify. MS doesn't care about any individual app. That's not their core business, unlike Affinity. I'll take my chances with the company that creates the software, thanks all the same. They're far more invested in its success.
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    Rust Styles

    Thanks so much for these!
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    Texture Brush Packs x12 [Organics]

    Thank you so much for making and sharing these.
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