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  1. When I go to Export > More > Manage presets, the option to create, delete or rename is grayed out. Any fix for this? Working on brand new iMac, running Big Sur 11.2.3 and Affinity 1.9.1
  2. Mac: 10.15.7 Affinity Designer: v1.9.1 Can't create/delete/rename preset in any format when export
  3. Since the latest update I've been unable to create custom presets for outputting PDFs. I usually change a few things (colour space, text as curves, etc) and create a preset, but "create preset" is greyed out.
  4. Hi, In the latest beta version I can no longer save my own pdf export settings, the dialog with the options is completely grayed out. can someone reproduce this? I've already tried to reset all settings (ctrl click open) but unfortunately that didn't work.
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