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Can anyone please please help. When trying to save a project to iCloud I get a notification that I do not have permission to save. It saves ok the first and second times but then I get the notification. Every other app I have has no problems. I have read posts about this that go back years, Affinity blames iCloud, iCloud blames Microsoft, Microsoft blames me, I blame Affinity and the show goes on. I have tried everything short of deleting the whole shebang and going somewhere else. someone must know something about this. It’s been a problem for a lot of people for a long time. I never had this problem with Affinity Designer 1. please help. I had a full head of hair when I started this and now I’m as bald as a………..
Dear developers, I have just installed the updated Publisher (2.2) and at once encountered a serious problem. I cannot save (overwrite) files inside Icloud shared folders (Windows 11). I can „save as” as a new file, but can not overwrite anything. Inside other folders (outside of Icloud share) I can save. All my works are in shared Icloud folders, this way they are synchronised across my devices. Mihály Varju
Since I have updated Affinity Publisher and Designer to version 2.2.0, my files switch from editable to Read-Only as I work on them. It is becoming frustrating as I am constantly having to create new Save As files. Is anyone else having this issue with the update? Does anyone have any insight to how to fix it? There are two errors I am getting. The first: "Failed to save document: File Name. Internal error: The file was opened as Read Only. You should only be able to do a Save-As. The second error is: Failed to save document: File Name. Save failed because access to the file was lost. Do you wish to save the document to a new file?" with "Save As..." and "Cancel" as options. I am running the apps on Win 11. My Affinity Photo app works fine, which I think has to do with I have avoided updating it to the newest version. And I have seen this was a problem previously: