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  1. I have lot of Draw plus files that I need to have work on affinity designer. Is there a way to do this
  2. Hi I have numerous Canon Cameras, I have used Windows Explorer on Windows 10 to browse images, the built in viewer, then "Select Open With" and used Affinity Photo. I now have a Canon 800d, I can't find a codec for it and have had to resort to using Canon Digital Photo Professional (DPP) (which is rubbish). I can only launch PhotoShop from it. Is there away to force DPP to open Affinity Photo? Currently I am converting them to TIF files, using Windows Explorer to sort and launch Affinity Photo
  3. I am in the process of switching from a pc to a mac. I have always used Serif Draw Plus for my designs, but now have to switch to Affinity on the mac. I can not figure out how to open and edit my work from Draw Plus into Affinity. I have tried converting the files to SVG, PNG, and JPEG but I can never edit the pictures. Please help me figure this out.
  4. Hi, I am a happy user of Serif products. They give me great creative and professional results and are affordable. I see now that Serif products are legacy and a new Affinity range is in process. There are Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer, and I have seen some teasers for Affinity Desktop Publisher (next generation of PagePlus which I use a lot). So I am glad that new range will have old products. My question here is about DrawPlus X8 and Affinity Designer. If I upgrade to Affinity Designer I need 4 key things answered: Can I open my DPP (DrawPlus) files in Affinity Designer? Can I import my DrawPlus gallery objects? (far right pane) into Affinity? All features of DrawPlus X8 in Affinity Designer? How hard is to learn from DrawPlus X8 to Affinity Designer? The first three are showstoppers for me upgrading to Affinity Designer as I have lots of project and template files, and custom saved objects in DrawPlus Gallery to re-use in projects etc. Just wanted to see what others have experienced (if they have migrated) and tips are? I hope WebPlus will also be included in Affinity range so that all Serif products are maintained. Thanks in advance
  5. A question I have not seen raised yet concerns importing the vast number of DPP files I have made on Serif DrawPlus. Are there plans to enable users to import DPP files from SD without having to open Serif Draw and save the DPPs as SVG files first?
  6. I noticed that when I do my first level edit in Canon's DPP 4.5 and save it Affinity still opens the original image. It is a bit annoying and the only way to capture those edits is to convert the image to JPG and then edit in Affinity. The problem is every conversion means loss of image quality. Is there a way around this?
  7. This should support import/export of DrawPlus files, especially since DrawPlus was made by the same company. I can't currently open a .dpp file that I can in DrawPlus in any of the Affinity projects to carry them over.
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