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  1. Hey there! There’s absolutely a solution. Have you. It’s been a while since I had this issue and I don’t work for Affinity so I apologize if it takes a couple shots to get this right. Here are a couple things to try: 1. Be sure to save/close any older projects out if you’re able to. When your projects are saved the history is saved also and can grow quite large. 2. But doubtful to be 30gb, so plug your device into your computer and try backing up your device. (I think this was the solution in my case) let me know if this helps or not.
  2. Hey there! There’s absolutely a solution. Have you. It’s been a while since I had this issue and I don’t work for Affinity so I apologize if it takes a couple shots to get this right. Here are a couple things to try: 1. Be sure to save/close any older projects out if you’re able to. When your projects are saved the history is saved also and can grow quite large. 2. But doubtful to be 30gb, so plug your device into your computer and try backing up your device. (I think this was the solution in my case) let me know if this helps or not.
  3. @Patrick Connor Hi Patrick, You're response was great and well written, probably why I thought I could’ve been an automated response haha But yeah, when the app is downloaded the size isn’t nothing near to 30gb, I’m still unsure why the size of Affinity skyrockets as you add projects. It’s understandable, and I know Affinity is much more advanced than most. But the difference in size of Affinity and other apps is very significant? Just an observation, I’m still trying to educate myself in the digital space
  4. @Jony.Who Hi! I just had this same problem. I recommend saving the projects you have open, and closing them out of AD if You can. And There’s a feature in settings that I can’t remember the name of, I’ll check when I get home. But it gives you the option to save work history, and even if the projects are no more than 20mb it’s quite possible the history saved with those projects could be pretty heavy. Maybe. I dont work for Affinity and was asking the same questions 12 hours ago, this is just what worked for me. I may be completely wrong, but try it out 1. Check set
  5. @GabrielM I don’t think so, the “inbox” folder is clearly located inside the Affinity Designer app when selected in iTunes. In my AFD settings I had history saving turned off but figured I’d check the documents open anyway, although there were only two which I didn’t think contained very much data, when closed that too the AffinityD size from 32gb to 3.25 gb. So problem solved for now, I just have to keep in mind to save and close documents.
  6. Absolutely I’ve rebooted. I only was able to view the “inbox” file when I plugged my iPad into my labtop, and in the left sidebar menu of iTunes labeled “File Sharing” I was able to view this. Ive tried uploading a screenshot but the upload keeps failing, I’ll try again once in a few minutes.
  7. I’m having trouble figuring out why my affinity designer app is consuming 30gb of my iPad space. I removed the samples, only keep 1 or 2 projects on the app. Except no there are a few more. And have even cleared everything out of the Affinity Desingner iCloud/iPad files. I’ve deleted the app, and redownloaded. Well, I just plugged into my computer and noticed this file named ‘inbox’ taking 396mb. Anyone know what this is?
  8. Well, I’ve tried to figure out what’s been triggering it but I’m having a tough time. Definitely when I’m resizing or moving shapes it’s nearly an automatic. And everytime I attempt to save the image to my camera roll for with the “share” button after I’ve hit entered the “export” menu it crashes, everytime. I’ve tried minimizing my layers by merging/deleting hopefully lowering the file size. Close any other apps on in the background of my iPad cleaning out storage. Restarting. But I can’t quite seem to get this project done. I don’t have my computer with me or I’d flip it to adob
  9. My goodness, the same exact thing has been happening to me! It's driving me mad. I even try saving every few seconds but it'll just freeze and crash, losing everything. And for some reason, even after closing all the projects I had open, and clearing my iCloud folders. Affinity Designer is still taking up 26gb on my IPad? I love what this app can be, but it's simply not ready to use for anything more then a few layers it seems like
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