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fatihayoglu

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  1. Have you tried, this; right click on the image edit with chose Affinity once you are done with your edit, CMD+S to save save as flattened this works for me
  2. Yes, on Catalina it works as it supposed to. Right click, edit with, Affinity Beta, Save as Flattened.
  3. Known and reported issue. It's been a while and to be honest, I am really disappointed that Sherif hasn't issued a fix yet. This is a very poor management of this issue.
  4. Why do I always update macOS and than regret it
  5. Is anybody seeing an issue with macOS Catalina? I am trying to edit a photo with Affinity which is saved in Apple Photos, but it creates an unknown error message and won't save any changes.
  6. Edit in Affinity on the right corner works but it is a longer process when the right click edit with is there already... BTW, I have deleted AP, full clean, then reinstalled, same story. Right click a photo in Apple Photos, choose edit with. The edits you do in AP does not transfer back to Apple photos. However if you double click on a photo, choose edit on top right and from extensions choose Edit in Affinity Photo, that works but again this is a long way to do...
  7. version 1.7.3 does not still work for right click edit with function. This has been reported since version 1.7 and still not fixed. Really disappointed guys.
  8. I am really disappointed to see version 1.7.2 has still this issue. Not only that when I try to edit a version of a photo from Apple Photos with AF, AF opens the very first original version of the photo. PP2019 does not have this issue.
  9. That does work, however right click option (which is the fast way) is not. Sad thing is, I have reported this few times during beta.
  10. I have Mac App version, got the auto update today
  11. Doesnt work on my system, I have restarted my Mac as well.
  12. yep, which is the last one I have attached, which is my method as well
  13. It is also possible, I couldn't explain myself clearly. As you might know, Instagram has weird crop ratio for horizontal and vertical pictures and more importantly, if the picture you'd like to put doesn't fit into these ratios, it crops it. So the issue is then, you might lose the composition. I am not saying here that I am Van Gogh of photo world but sometimes I would like to keep my composition. When you resize the document (as far as I can see), it just crops it on Affinity, so you might lose the composition. However if you change the size of the canvas as well, then yes you will have some white areas around the picture but then it will be the exact same picture that you'd like to have and IG won't crop it as the document ratio fits into the IG perfectly. As you can see from this example, if you resize the document, what Affinity does it shrink the photo. (1st one is the original, 2nd one is resized, 3rd one is resized photo with resized canvas)
  14. I guess I found the solution, so first I resize the canvas and then resize the document (which is the picture). This holds all the EXIF data
  15. Hi Dan, I export as JPG and my canvas size is 1350x1080. If I open the same photo standalone, I can see the EXIF data but if I place it over a canvas, that EXIF disappears.
  16. Hi all, Sometimes I use AP to resize my pictures to put on IG in a correct size, i.e. without letting IG crop out them. The way I follow on AP, create a canvas by File/New, and the place the picture by File/Place and then resize the picture according to the canvas, export the new file and put it on IG. However when I do this, the new file doesn't have the EXIF data of the original picture. I need the GPS information especially. Would it be possible at all to get the GPS info on the new file? Cheers, F
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