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  1. If course, dumb me. Thanks for that alert.
  2. Thank you for those instructions. I did "report a problem" as you advised. To make sure this is processed properly, here is my receipt: [EDIT] receipt removed for privacy reasons
  3. Second request for refunding my purchase. I understood one could import filters, but come to find out, not Photoshop filters. The following is shown on https://affinity.serif.com/en-us/photo/full-feature-list/: Plug-ins Use 64-bit Adobe® Photoshop® compatible plug-ins It's a bummer that they aren't supported, our art business depends on those filters. I have no use for affinity without those filters. I also understand there's a 60-day "trial" wherein one could get a refund if the application doesn't fit their needs. Thank you.
  4. That surprises me, as I recall seeing statements that amount to some but maybe not all PS filters will work and some may not work correctly. We are trying to convert our art business workflow from Photoshop to Affinity, so I purchased Photo a few days ago to see if we'd be OK with what works. If there are no third-party truly equivalent Photoshop filters (suggestions?), then I am apparently stuck with Photoshop. I recall seeing a 60-day free trial offered. Regrettably(!) I am requesting a refund. Thank you.
  5. All Photoshop Plugins I successfully imported from a desktop folder are grayed out in Affinity Photo 1.6.6 (on macPro 10.13.1). I get to the point where a list of plugins is shown in Preferences | Detected Plugins. They are all "unknown" and I checked the "Allow unknown ..." Box. Quit and restarted Photo. Everything seems fine so far. I open a simple jpg file (RGB, 2MP). Then select Filters | Plugins and hover over each of the six categories, e.g., Texture. In all categories, all filters are grayed out. What do I do to "enable" them?
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