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CreativApartheid

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  1. I voted "no" as I currently use XnView MP to view and organise my files. It has built in support / thumbnail support for almost any file you can think of (including Affinity files) and I have been using it for years. ALSO, it's FREE and OPEN SOURCE. The only way I'd use another tool / DAM / Asset Manager / Media Organiser is if it's, at the veryleast, free. I would not pay an extra $1 for something that I already have. Yes, there may be ways of integrating such an app into an Affiniy main application but XnView works just fine for me. If you've never heard of XnView MP, you can find it here: https://www.xnview.com/ PS: IMHO
  2. As of this post I decided to use GIMP to crop over 200 images just for the speed. I know that Photo has batch image opertations but cropping is only done if the image is over a certain pixel size which means it will not do what I want on most images. Just a quick update on why this feature is needed.
  3. In GIMP, when you import/open an image, you can make your edit(s) to said image and then immediately export it in it's original format with a simple hotkey or with two (2) simple clicks (File > Overwrite "example-image.jpg"). You can see this in the image attached. Please implement this feature or tell me how I can do something similar in no more than 2 actions. It GREATLY improves workflows of this nature. Thanks in advance.
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