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  1. But on macOS Big Sur 11.0 Beta (20A5384c) in Separated mode Affinity Publisher 1.8.4 (opt + click green ball zooms window) on macOS Big Sur 11.0 Beta (20A5384c) in Separated mode Affinity Publisher 1.9.0.742 (opt + click green ball zooms window)
  2. Oh and other applications like Safari do behave as expected (opt + click green ball zooms window)
  3. On macOS Big Sur 11.0 Beta (20A5384c) Affinity Publisher 1.8.4 behaves the same (opt + click green ball goes fullscreen)
  4. The "Window Zoom" option is not working in Affinity Publisher Beta 1.9.0.742 on macOS Big Sur 11.0 Beta (20A5384c) Used to be able to Alt + click green dot in the top left corner of application window to zoom the window to screen size (not Fullscreen), currently this action goes into Fullscreen; Menubar > Window > Zoom is working
  5. HI @Gabe, can we put in a feature request for automation ? While Macro's might seem like the area where this should be implemented it might be simpler (and more better to my situation) to implement command line arguments to Affinity Photo e.g. "/Applications/Affinity Photo.app/Contents/MacOS/Affinity Photo" --hdrmerge filename1 filename2 ... "/Applications/Affinity Photo.app/Contents/MacOS/Affinity Photo" --panorama filename1 filename2 ... "/Applications/Affinity Photo.app/Contents/MacOS/Affinity Photo" --stack filename1 filename2 ... "/Applications/Affinity Photo.app/Contents/MacOS/Affinity Photo" --focusmerge filename1 filename2 ...
  6. The ColorTRUE SDK seems to be for display calibration on mobile devices https://xritephoto.com/colortrueSDK Adobe does publish a manual for tool to edit DNG profiles mentioning a dependance on X-rite color chart https://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/products/photoshop/pdfs/cs6/DNGProfile_EditorDocumentation.pdf X-Rite also publishes a manual for a tool to create DNG Profiles https://www.xrite.com/service-support/creating_dng_profiles_for_adobe_camera_raw I think the confusion stems from ColorChecker being the name of both a physical colorchart and a software application to do color correction using the chart. It was my impression that the request by OP was for software support in Affinity for the physical device, not for the software solution wih th same name, my apologies if this assumption was in error.
  7. @AiDon I really don’t understand how X-Rite creating non DNG dependent software is going to help Serif implementing chart based color correction. Apparently X Rite offer a SDK that can be licensed and implemented in the Affinity line of products. Is there something I am not aware of, like an inherent dependence of that SDK on the DNG format that would prevent Serif implementing the feature requested using said SDK? Affinity Photo seems to have support for reading DNG format, are you suggesting writing that format is a required feature to be able to license the SDK and that Serif can’t implement DNG writing to fulfill this requirement?
  8. @AiDon This feature request is for built-in support for X-rite colorcharts it was you who suggested contacting X-Rite to get built-in support for DNG-profiles in Affinity products if you want support for DNG export in AP that is a wholly different feature, I suggest you create a separate feature request for that
  9. So.. how would one go about that @AiDon? "Hey X-Rite we'd like support for your colorcharts and those of other manufacturers in software from another company (Serif), could you please go and re-write their software?"
  10. @AiDon So are you suggesting this feature request should not be implemented in the Affinity Suite because it is supported in other software that could be used in a convoluted way to somewhat approach the requested feature using Affinity products?
  11. @AiDon is it supported in Affinity like it is in Resolve? This would be a great feature to implement in the often requested, long awaited, even mentioned to be in development, supposedly to be finished after publisher Affinity DAM
  12. @AiDon what software do you mean exactly? Perhaps Affinity developers could use an XRite SDK to implement the requested functionality for XRite color charts but it would be up to them to license it, not their end-users.
  13. Since we're talking color targets, let me list a number of color targets to implement Datacolor SpyderCheckr 24 DSC Labs ChromaDumonde 24+4 DSC Labs SMPTE OneShot X-Rite ColorChecker Classic X-Rite ColorChecker Classic - Legacy X-Rite ColorChecker Video X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Video
  14. exiftool -q -p '$ExposureBracketValue $FileName ' -if '$ShootingMode =~ /Exposure Bracketing/' * \ | while read ExposureBracketValue FileName; do test $ExposureBracketValue -eq 0 && echo ; echo -n $FileName ''\ || echo -n $FileName ''; done The hardest part is possibly determining which shots are bracketed and which ones are a bracketed group, code above is functional for Nikon NEF files where first shot is 0 EV
  15. Yes, I was thinking that having command-line arguments to pass a set of bracketed images to Affinity Photo for HDR merge would be a good start, that way one could do some scripting using ExifTool to figure out if the images are bracketed and group several shots together, see this post below
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