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    heskphotography got a reaction from John Rostron in An old fixed problem rears it's head again.   
    Thank you, John. I shall check that out when I am back on the programme.
    Roy
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    heskphotography got a reaction from Alfred in An old fixed problem rears it's head again.   
    Thanks, Walter. Thanks Alfred. I'll use the BETA more than the 'released version. I'll just have to make sure the original files are safe, then I won't lose them.
    Thanks, guys.
    H
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    heskphotography got a reaction from Dan C in Affinity not responding. Both 1.6.5.123   
    Hi Dan C.
    Apologies for the delay in responding.
    I have been doing some research in editing and I have discovered that this problem occurs without warning and at any time in the editing process. I have come to the conclusion that it may be a problem with my machine as you cannot replicate the crash on your systems. Looking further into Firefox which is my preferred server, I have refreshed Firefox as there were some issues that Firefox Quantum has resolved. So I have refreshed onto that programme. I will continue to process photo files and see what occurs.
    I shall let you know.
    Thank you for your input.
     
    Roy Hesketh
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    heskphotography got a reaction from VectorWhiz in Introduce Yourself   
    Hi Fantail; Tried to download CS^ from the Adobe site, but was blacked again by their insistence that I subscribe again. I'm reluctant to even contact them now I'm so disgusted with their higher than thou attitude.
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    heskphotography got a reaction from SrPx in Introduce Yourself   
    It's hi time I introduced myself. Roy H. Used to use Photoshop CC until they put the price up. So when I came across Affinity I jumped at it. Mind you at first I didn't think much of it, but that turned out to be unfamiliarity. I have a CS6 disc and thought I would use that in conjunction with Affinity as I purchased it for £600. That was before CC was launched. Then I updated to CC. But after dropping CC, I tried to load my CS6 disc and Adobe blocked it telling me I had to subscribe to their programme in order to use my own disc. Which I thought was underhanded as I had purchased it outright and had paid to use it. It won't even try to load, Adobe just blocks it.
    I tried to contact them several times to argue it out with them, but they didn't want to know. I should have left it on my system when I subscribed to CC. But thinking about it, CC was loaded over it so probably absorbed it but I should still be able to use a disc that I own.
    I'm not looking for answers, just making other people wise to it.
    Well that's off my chest, so HI Y'all. Great programme.
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    heskphotography got a reaction from SrPx in Introduce Yourself   
    It's hi time I introduced myself. Roy H. Used to use Photoshop CC until they put the price up. So when I came across Affinity I jumped at it. Mind you at first I didn't think much of it, but that turned out to be unfamiliarity. I have a CS6 disc and thought I would use that in conjunction with Affinity as I purchased it for £600. That was before CC was launched. Then I updated to CC. But after dropping CC, I tried to load my CS6 disc and Adobe blocked it telling me I had to subscribe to their programme in order to use my own disc. Which I thought was underhanded as I had purchased it outright and had paid to use it. It won't even try to load, Adobe just blocks it.
    I tried to contact them several times to argue it out with them, but they didn't want to know. I should have left it on my system when I subscribed to CC. But thinking about it, CC was loaded over it so probably absorbed it but I should still be able to use a disc that I own.
    I'm not looking for answers, just making other people wise to it.
    Well that's off my chest, so HI Y'all. Great programme.
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    heskphotography got a reaction from SrPx in Introduce Yourself   
    It's hi time I introduced myself. Roy H. Used to use Photoshop CC until they put the price up. So when I came across Affinity I jumped at it. Mind you at first I didn't think much of it, but that turned out to be unfamiliarity. I have a CS6 disc and thought I would use that in conjunction with Affinity as I purchased it for £600. That was before CC was launched. Then I updated to CC. But after dropping CC, I tried to load my CS6 disc and Adobe blocked it telling me I had to subscribe to their programme in order to use my own disc. Which I thought was underhanded as I had purchased it outright and had paid to use it. It won't even try to load, Adobe just blocks it.
    I tried to contact them several times to argue it out with them, but they didn't want to know. I should have left it on my system when I subscribed to CC. But thinking about it, CC was loaded over it so probably absorbed it but I should still be able to use a disc that I own.
    I'm not looking for answers, just making other people wise to it.
    Well that's off my chest, so HI Y'all. Great programme.
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    heskphotography got a reaction from SrPx in Introduce Yourself   
    It's hi time I introduced myself. Roy H. Used to use Photoshop CC until they put the price up. So when I came across Affinity I jumped at it. Mind you at first I didn't think much of it, but that turned out to be unfamiliarity. I have a CS6 disc and thought I would use that in conjunction with Affinity as I purchased it for £600. That was before CC was launched. Then I updated to CC. But after dropping CC, I tried to load my CS6 disc and Adobe blocked it telling me I had to subscribe to their programme in order to use my own disc. Which I thought was underhanded as I had purchased it outright and had paid to use it. It won't even try to load, Adobe just blocks it.
    I tried to contact them several times to argue it out with them, but they didn't want to know. I should have left it on my system when I subscribed to CC. But thinking about it, CC was loaded over it so probably absorbed it but I should still be able to use a disc that I own.
    I'm not looking for answers, just making other people wise to it.
    Well that's off my chest, so HI Y'all. Great programme.
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    heskphotography got a reaction from SrPx in Introduce Yourself   
    It's hi time I introduced myself. Roy H. Used to use Photoshop CC until they put the price up. So when I came across Affinity I jumped at it. Mind you at first I didn't think much of it, but that turned out to be unfamiliarity. I have a CS6 disc and thought I would use that in conjunction with Affinity as I purchased it for £600. That was before CC was launched. Then I updated to CC. But after dropping CC, I tried to load my CS6 disc and Adobe blocked it telling me I had to subscribe to their programme in order to use my own disc. Which I thought was underhanded as I had purchased it outright and had paid to use it. It won't even try to load, Adobe just blocks it.
    I tried to contact them several times to argue it out with them, but they didn't want to know. I should have left it on my system when I subscribed to CC. But thinking about it, CC was loaded over it so probably absorbed it but I should still be able to use a disc that I own.
    I'm not looking for answers, just making other people wise to it.
    Well that's off my chest, so HI Y'all. Great programme.
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    heskphotography got a reaction from Wosven in EXIF file loss and DPI not holding after changing   
    Thank you Wosven and MikeW for your patience.
    It is very obvious, that both of you know more than I do about print and screen requirements. It is true that in PS it is more straight forward than in Affinity.
    A few weeks ago, one of the more senior members (experience not age) suggested something similar, but I could not quite grasp what he was getting at.
    Thank you for almost spelling it out for me. It is clear that there is an easier way than using my camera's raw converter (out of camera), then switching into AP.
    (Eating Humble Pie) LoL.
    Regards.
    Roy Hesketh.
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    heskphotography got a reaction from Wosven in EXIF file loss and DPI not holding after changing   
    Thank you Wosven and MikeW for your patience.
    It is very obvious, that both of you know more than I do about print and screen requirements. It is true that in PS it is more straight forward than in Affinity.
    A few weeks ago, one of the more senior members (experience not age) suggested something similar, but I could not quite grasp what he was getting at.
    Thank you for almost spelling it out for me. It is clear that there is an easier way than using my camera's raw converter (out of camera), then switching into AP.
    (Eating Humble Pie) LoL.
    Regards.
    Roy Hesketh.
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    heskphotography got a reaction from PaulAffinity in EXIF file loss and DPI not holding after changing   
    Hi Sean, Walt, Alfred, Mike and Wosven. Thank you all for your input. I THINK I have isolated the area where the problem is occurring.
    I have developed a raw file in my Canon Professional Programme and converted it to 300 DPI in that programme. Then I exported it from there into my TIFF file. Then from there into AFFINITY and it went into photo persona automatically. Then I checked the exif file in the right column and in the resize file box and it was still 300dpi. Then I worked on it in photo persona to acquire the finish that I wanted. Rechecked the exif file, still 300dpi. Then I exported it to both Tiff and Jpeg and checked it in the properties of both Tiff and Jpeg. It is still 300DPI.
    So the problem seems to be a fundamental programme issue when it is exported after changing it to 300 DPI in Affinity. It is not affected when it is changed to 300dpi in another programme, then put into AFFINITY. Because when it is exported from AFFINITY then, it is not affected.
    Hope this helps the code writers.
     
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    heskphotography got a reaction from PaulAffinity in EXIF file loss and DPI not holding after changing   
    Hi Sean, Walt, Alfred, Mike and Wosven. Thank you all for your input. I THINK I have isolated the area where the problem is occurring.
    I have developed a raw file in my Canon Professional Programme and converted it to 300 DPI in that programme. Then I exported it from there into my TIFF file. Then from there into AFFINITY and it went into photo persona automatically. Then I checked the exif file in the right column and in the resize file box and it was still 300dpi. Then I worked on it in photo persona to acquire the finish that I wanted. Rechecked the exif file, still 300dpi. Then I exported it to both Tiff and Jpeg and checked it in the properties of both Tiff and Jpeg. It is still 300DPI.
    So the problem seems to be a fundamental programme issue when it is exported after changing it to 300 DPI in Affinity. It is not affected when it is changed to 300dpi in another programme, then put into AFFINITY. Because when it is exported from AFFINITY then, it is not affected.
    Hope this helps the code writers.
     
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