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  1. Thanks Walt, That saved me an other 2 hours!
  2. No unfortunately it doesn't do the trick on Windows 10. Thanks anyway!
  3. Hi, Is there any way to let the drop downs of Affinity Photo appear at the right side in the preferences? On my laptop they appear on the right side and on a larger monitor on the left side. Regards & Thanks, David
  4. Why do have to be so negative? The general user will visit a website or web application and experience exactly what the meaning is behind the site or app on all devices with images loaded in all necessary resolutions. That's how browsers work nowadays. Companies like Amazon cloud services, Cloudinary and Imagekit serve millions of websites in browsers around the world with the proper image resolution in that particular device on that particular moment. You can achieve it with simple HTML: <picture> <srcset> So in general you can say that you can control it for almost a 100% and the people who shut off JavaScript or else you can count on one hand. How do we know this? Because we use all kinds of analytics software and bots to get that info from the users. (of course with respect for their privacy).
  5. With the code I showed you in my previous reply zooming in or out in a browser results in loading higher or lower resolution images. With resolution we mean size in pixels in webdesign. Sorry but I make websites for 15 years now and common user just look at a website and enjoy it!
  6. Yes you can control the image size "right size" on every browser from anybody loading your website and on any device by using: <picture> and <scrset> In your image HTML code and let the browser decide what image to load/show based on screen resolution in pixels and or device width etc. etc.. Example: <picture> <source media="(max-width: 475px) and (orientation: portrait)" type="image/webp" data-sizes="auto" srcset="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==" data-srcset=" Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Phone-webp/Home-Phone_gaoz5z_c_scale%2Cw_480.webp 480w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Phone-webp/Home-Phone_gaoz5z_c_scale%2Cw_909.webp 909w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Phone-webp/Home-Phone_gaoz5z_c_scale%2Cw_1200.webp 1200w" class="lazyload"> <source media="(max-width: 475px) and (orientation: portrait)" data-sizes="auto" srcset="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==" data-srcset=" Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Phone-jpg/Home-Phone_gaoz5z_c_scale%2Cw_480.jpg 480w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Phone-jpg/Home-Phone_gaoz5z_c_scale%2Cw_909.jpg 909w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Phone-jpg/Home-Phone_gaoz5z_c_scale%2Cw_1200.jpg 1200w" class="lazyload"> <source media="(min-width: 476px) and (orientation: portrait)" type="image/webp" data-sizes="auto" srcset="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==" data-srcset=" Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Tablets-webp/Home-tablet_jmso5a_c_scale%2Cw_768.webp 768w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Tablets-webp/Home-tablet_jmso5a_c_scale%2Cw_1210.webp 1210w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Tablets-webp/Home-tablet_jmso5a_c_scale%2Cw_1536.webp 1536w" class="lazyload"> <source media="(min-width: 476px) and (orientation: portrait)" data-sizes="auto" srcset="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==" data-srcset=" Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Tablets-jpg/Home-tablet_jmso5a_c_scale%2Cw_768.jpg 768w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Tablets-jpg/Home-tablet_jmso5a_c_scale%2Cw_1210.jpg 1210w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-Tablets-jpg/Home-tablet_jmso5a_c_scale%2Cw_1536.jpg 1536w" class="lazyload"> <source media="(max-width: 4800px)" type="image/webp" data-sizes="auto" srcset="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==" data-srcset=" Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-webp/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_800.webp 800w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-webp/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_1755.webp 1755w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-webp/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_2390.webp 2390w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-webp/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_2977.webp 2977w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-webp/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_3514.webp 3514w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-webp/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_3840.webp 3840w" class="lazyload"> <img data-sizes="auto" srcset="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==" data-srcset=" Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-jpg/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_800.jpg 800w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-jpg/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_1755.jpg 1755w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-jpg/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_2390.jpg 2390w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-jpg/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_2977.jpg 2977w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-jpg/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_3514.jpg 3514w, Responsive-Images/Home/background-image/bg-wide-jpg/Home-Wide_xev1iq_c_scale%2Cw_3840.jpg 3840w" class="lazyload" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==" alt="Full screen image"> </picture>
  7. Hi Mike, No problem at all! Just keep the proper pixel sizes in Affinity for your web design and don't even look at 72 DPI, because in web design only the size in pixels counts not DPI (=only for print). In Affinity you can always zoom in and out (it doesn't effect the image) as long as the "document size" and/or "export size" in pixels is what you want. Of course you can edit a 8000px X 8000px image on a 1080 x 1920, 4K or 5K screen it doesn't matter. A bigger screen resolution is only more handy for larger images nothing more or less. Regards, David
  8. I don't have to give you any argument! Who do you think you are? I have noticed your negative attitude in other posts too. Just stay away with that non constructive energy wasting content.
  9. No sensible webdesigner is using Flash for 5 years already. Webp is a completely different story. .
  10. Thomaso what do you care? If your not interested in webp and don't see that that's commonly used in modern webdesign spend your energy elsewhere! When a webp icon appears in a future Affinity export panel just ignore it.
  11. We use webp and jpg fallback treated with jpegMini and GZip compression on the server! The issue is that webp is used by webdesigners and works on any browser except for Safari so export webp in Affinity is common sense for us. 70% of my users use Chrome mobile or desktop so the choice is simple.
  12. Are you the lawyer of Serif? Nobody ever said that Serif declared to implement webp! If you are not interested in webp as a new feature of Affinity Photo spend your time elsewhere and keep your negative input for your self. Users want webp implementation because it's used in modern webdesign and it makes the workflow easier! Did purchased Sketch a couple of months ago that has webp export to use aside Affinity.
  13. Just checked it on my iMac and it's a bug: https://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?f=79&t=39225&p=157344&hilit=webp+mac#p157344 I use it most of the time on Windows. I would contact them.
  14. Because de staff of Serif don't have a clue what is going on in modern web development! Or maybe they don't want to support Google I don't know? For the time being I convert with https://www.xnview.com/en/xnconvert/ they have an excellent converter with webp for free or donation.
  15. I only use Affinity Photo professionally for image editing and Photoshop replacement and it does an excellent job, but for RAW development I have Capture One 12. Affinity and others don't even come close with RAW development and D.A.M.!