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I've been working with NIK-Collection V4 and Affinity-Photo V1 for a while now. Everything has worked well so far. With Affinity-Photo I have the problem that the modules Silver Efex Pro and Viveza are no longer started as a plug-in application but as a stand-alone application. They don't get an OK button to pass the image back to Affinity-Photo V2. The other modules do not have this problem. In Affinity Photo V1 the OK button is present. Can you correct this Thanks for your help I am using a MacBook Pro Retina 15" mid 2014 with Big Sure and Intel Iris Pro1536 MB graphics card.
The new update breaks the Nik collection plugins. They no longer have a save option to go back to Affinity, you have to save the image as an external file. This is ironic because Nik v6 has just introduced an integrated installation procedure that auto-detects Affinity Photo. It worked perfectly with 2.0 but with 2.1 no good. I'm on a MacOS 15 M1 Mac mini. I haven't tried reinstalling Nik 6 yet(my next step) I'll update if that fixes things, but it really shouldn't be necessary! EDIT: I reinstalled Nik but it made no difference. No Save/Cancel just "Save preset". Does anyone know how to roll-back an Affinity "upgrade" to the previous version? EDIT2: I rolled Nik 6 back to version 5. It works with Affinity 2.1 The usual Cancel/Brush/Apply buttons show up. So it only seems to be an issue between Affinity 2.1 and Nik v6 (I just reinstalled Nik 6 and it still doesn't work.) Since it seems to be Nik 6 specific I'll post an issue on the Nik forum too and see if anyone there has a workaround. EDIT3: I found the original Affinity 2.0 dmg file so have reinstalled that and Nik6 is working happily again. Since there was nothing in update 2.1 that I really needed I'll work with this until I hear that there is a solution.