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  1. Note to N.B. I may have sent earlier version of jpg file. Here is zip file where I tried different fields to see where they would be imported. Here is correlation: File Manager AP Metadata Date Taken EXIP>Date Shot Tags FILE>Keywords Rating FILE>Rating Dimensions EXIP>Size Size (nothing) Title (nothing) Authors FILE>Author Comments (nothing) Camera Maker EXIF>Maker Camera model EXIF>Camera Subject (nothing) Date created (nothing) Date modified (nothing) Only two fields onder FILE tab. Chevy 1954 Ver2.zip
  2. I believe I have the same problem. I'll describe it and let you judge. Using: AP Windows 10; AP 1.8.3; JPG files only Using Windows File Manager with "Details Pane" on, I see file data (metadata) in many family photos that I believe was added with Google Picasa years ago. With file opened in AP none of this info is displayed in Metadata view. If I add data to Metadata in AP and export file (JPG) and now use File Manager to view "Details" most of data is there but is sometimes in different categories, i.e., Description converts to Subject. This conversion issue is of little concern. Re-entering all data or not being able to view data while in AP is a problem. Question#1: Is there a work-around? Question #2: Are there plans to have AP import data FROM JPG files? Update (prior to posting) It appears this is a data labeling issue; "Date Taken" is imported in EXIP as "Date Shot"; "Camera maker" as "Maker"; "Camera Model" as "Camera" "Tags" is imported in FILE as "Keywords"; "Rating" is imported as "Rating"; "Authors" as "Author" The important fields "Title"; "Comments" and "Subject" are ignored. Thanks, Bill Carey
  3. Thanks for response, Lee. The answer I was looking for turns out be a Windows Explorer function. Highlight any file and under "View" tab turn on "Details Pane" and about 12 items will be displayed and are editable.
  4. I have some jpg photos that when I hover my mouse on file an wait 3 seconds, a dialog box appears with Item Type; Dimensions; Size; and Title. Is there a way to view/edit this info in Affinity Photo? If not, how do I edit it? Bill
  5. Yes, yes, yes. This sounds like scaled drawing. My Serif Draw Plus program was/is so good doing this. Hard to understand how the souped up Affinity (Apple Ware, “We are the artists.) doesn’t have this feature.
  6. This a very nice conversation about scaled drawings but it is 4 (light) years old. What’s the latest Affinity?
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