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  1. You can take a look at Xnview MP (freeware); it recognizes .aphoto files but this "ability" is not enabled by default. Open Xnview MP and go to tools/settings/general/show all graphic formats. Hope it helps
  2. Hi Granddaddy and tks for your answer, I also fear this is something that will hardly be fixed, but yesterday I received an email from Serif (pls read the last post from Patrick Connor at the link below), so I decided to reopen the discussion. Regarding the size of the exported jpeg, AP was set at quality 100%. Thank you again for your detailed explanations.
  3. This is an old "issue" started with version 1.7 and never solved: working with jpeg files the file size has become 3 times bigger compared to when saved in .aphoto format and about 2/3 bigger when exported in jpeg (even if you just open the photo and save or export it untouched). Here are the previous threads' links related to this issue and a screenshot I made today using
  4. You can take a look at this program: https://tabletpro.com/ and maybe you'll find what you need
  5. To scan negatives/positive films you need to have a dedicated film scanner (nowadays there aren't many models on the market: I think Plustek is the only remaining manufacter) or a flatbed scanner with the option to scan also films; I'm using an old Epson Perfection V330 Photo and the quality of the scanned negatives/positives is good. The corrisponding upgraded model you can buy today is the Perfection V370 Photo if you don't want to spend a lot; with this model you can scan 4 mounted positives or 6 negatives in one scanning operation; keep in mind that if you want to achive the maximum quality from your negatives (4800dpi with my scanner) it will take a long time to scan them (a single photo/negative is about 2 minutes scan, and before scanning you have to visually check and eventually clean the negative from the dust (not an easy task). Hope it helps
  6. I tried with another notebook (Alienware) both with the integrated and an external keyboard and the issue is not present, but maybe I don't understand which is your procedure; normally I use my mouse to point the choice when closing a document but I tried this: ctrl+w to close and then tab (if you press it again you change the choice) then enter.
  7. I have no issue with the keyboard (Surface Pro 4), everything's working as expected.
  8. regedit, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Serif\Affinity\Photo\1 (new dword 32) No Update Check=dword:00000001
  9. Hi Walt and tks for your answer, I asked for a similar feature about 2 years ago as I need not 2 but 3 droppers (white, grey and black) to easily correct color cast on scanned positive films; your suggestion is welcome and useful (I didn't know this method) and I think it could be a good workaround for marciomendonsa; anyway it would be very useful having the 3 eyedroppers under level adj. This is my old request:
  10. Hi Gnobelix, I checked your file in and used your settings in develop assistant manager and I had no crashes but a blank image as you can see
  11. Problem solved, the brushes localisation is now correct after a few restart of the program. Tks
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