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  1. Hello, with Affinity Publisher (version 1.8.3.641) there is sometimes a problem when scaling photos: Usually it is like this: When the Move tool is active, the "dpi info" of the resulting effective "dpi" (more correct would be "ppi") is displayed in the context bar on the left (see appendix). Strangely enough, this is not always the case. Sometimes this info is completely hidden. The next day it runs correctly again. I can't figure out why. Could it be a bug? Please let me know if you know the problem or if I am missing something here. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
  2. At last I have found an IPad app that can consistently export my edited RAW files at 300 dpi. I have used many photo editing apps on my iPad, and have found them impossible to configure for 300dpi output in order that I can continue working on them on my Laptop. It is highly likely that it is me and my ignorance of the way apps work but I have always felt a little cheated by the processing power of the iPad and the insistence that image are output at 76 or 96 dpi. Well done Serif for achieving this it now makes my processing options so much broader. And for less than £30.00 bargain!
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