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  1. I often save different iterations of a file as snapshots for quick access and comparison. Of course, i'm used to the behavior of Photoshop, which is quick and painless (and even customizable). Maybe it's my lack of understanding this new software, but the snapshot function seems unnecessarily cumbersome and slow. Please bear in mind that my critique is from a professional's standpoint with the premise of doing these things hundreds of times a day, where every click too much is weighing heavily. 1) Making a snapshot requires a confirmation. Why? I already tabbed into the snapshot panel, so i obviously really mean it :). That's one button press / click too much already. 2) Loading a snapshot should be as easy as double clicking on the list item, right? From an ergonomic standpoint, absolutely. But a double click does nothing in A.Photo. I have to select the item and then click on a symbol above to load the snapshot. So, i gotta ask: Have i missed something obvious that can make this behave better, or is the snapshot function really this cumbersome? Should i make a feature request in the other forum?
  2. I see people mentioning they are using Imagenomics Portraiture successfully with Affinity Photo. I have version 3 and the preview panel is coming up with a checkerboard pattern that I can't get rid of, essentially making the plugin unusable. Please tell me if you think this is a configuration problem or a possible solution. Thank you!
  3. Hello, I love Affinity's Snapshots feature and use it constantly for managing stages in a design process. So every time I export for a client I take a snapshot to have the exact version available in case they want to go back. Since I always work with multiple Artboards and sometimes don't want to rollback the complete file I used the snapshot to new file feature to restore a Snapshot and copy old parts to the current state of the file. In this case the Artboards do not show up as expected– see attachment. I found a quick workaround by adding a new artboard and undo directly afterwards but nevertheless want to report this bug. best regads, Clemens PS.: renaming Snapshots would be a huge feature as well for my workflow 😅
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