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  1. I had no problem, except as Will stated the zoom was at 51%. Blur is fine
  2. Rick, I went to the SETTINGS icon in Windows 10 ( A cogwheel) and clicked on the Update and Security menu and clicked on Windows update and updated my system. The result was the Build 19042 version was installed.
  3. I prefer the red sky. Great job with both! I will need to study you video a few times to get the procedures down. thanks for your efforts. Photocat
  4. You can get a decent display with a $400 Asus PB278Q - a standard gamut, 8 bit display, or the $728 Dell U2713HM. If you want to get less costly displays, you can always opt for 24" Also, The NEC MODEL: P232W-BK lists for $569 and covers all of sRGB and about 75% of Adobe RGB color gamuts. It's at the very low end of the "professionally acceptable" spectrum. You could get a BenQ2700PT 27" refurbished monitor direct from BenQ. In the neighborhood of $500 shipped.
  5. Nita, Could this happened? How do I convert an image to doc? Convert an image file On your computer, go to drive.google.com. Right-click on the desired file. Click Open with. Google Docs. The image file will be converted to a Google Doc, but some formatting might not transfer: Bold, italics, font size, font type, and line breaks are most likely to be retained.
  6. On my Windows 10 machine, I can save Word or Excel files in many different formats. NONE of the them are photo related including .jpg, .tiff, etc. I took my photo related files and right clicked. I can only save them as .jpg files. I know you loaded your template files into Affinity before with no issues. I am sorry that I can't explain what happened. We are missing something.
  7. I just had a new computer built with the idea to use as must of Affinity Photos capability as reasonable. The result was: Graphics Card: Nvidia Quadro P2200 Processor: i7-10700, 8 cores, 16 threads, Base Clock 2.9 GHz Main Drive: Pioneer 1 Tb M.2 NVMe SSD Memory: Patriot 3000 series, 32 GB DDR4 Motherboard: Asus Tuff Gaming Z490 Power Supply and Box: Thermaltake PSU, 600 W, One Clear side, 3 extra fans in front All of this was under $1900 and included Windows 10 Pro. Hope this helps David
  8. Wow! Its like I struck gold! Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you very much. David
  9. Thanks Walt. I had actually read that and it just told me how to run the test. I did that and got numbers. The reference goes on to say that you can compare them to others. I wanted to know if there are typical numbers for different computer setups that have been run and the resulting parameters posted somewhere? So, I have a Nvidia P2200 graphics card, I7 10700 10the generation cpu with 32 GB of ram. So, I was curious about the results if RAM is decreased or increased. Or, given that everything else was constant, the graphics card changed. I am sure that eventually someone or Affinity
  10. I was reviewing the new items in Photo 1.9 and came upon "Benchmark" I ran it and numbers were generated for various parameters. Can the magnitude of each indicate some level of quality or performance? Or do you have to compare it to numbers generated from another computer?
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