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  1. I agree native window and Wine will always have a layer for complexity .because of this complexity it sometimes causes a performance or bug issue. The proton project looks very promising and works well so far. https://github.com/ValveSoftware/Proton example of proton performance seems good https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2019/09/12/far-cry-new-dawn-never--released-for-linux-but-its-matching-windows-10-performance-anyway/#6568759f121f Also having Affinity on Linux would expand the market and respect from the Linux community. as I mentioned before maybe having a snap package for Ubuntu base system would be a better approach since this distro is well known with ordinary and beginner users. Ubuntu also is being used by an enterprise company for their workstation. Short term I understand that Seif doesn't have it on Linux, but it would be very beneficial for them, in the long run, to have it cross-platform, so users can shift when needed when the market or situation changes. All artist tools should be modulated, in my opinion, but I can be wrong. One final thought, maybe a valuable solution is to port it on Steam?
  2. Hey everyone I was wondering, I believe it would be possible to have an affinity on Linux. there is something called snap packages which a Universal App for Linux and all major distros. I think it would be a great benefit for Affinity products. any thoughts? I know this was discussed before but now with this Universal packages, it is possible now to build once and run on all Linux distro. links: https://snapcraft.io/?_ga=2.240646211.1738211046.1539354604-792674079.1539354604 https://docs.snapcraft.io/t/the-snap-format/698

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