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I'm a web dev & photographer. Affinity Photo's 1.) automatic masking to remove white backgrounds, and 2.) "Erase White Paper", are INCREDIBLE! They work PERFECTLY, including inside holes in a product. Much better than I've seen elsewhere. But it is extremely tedious work to do this manually for all photos. I'd love to automate Erase White Paper at the server level (like we do for resize & trim currently)--to enforce consistency for ALL our images. Then Affinity is used for creative tasks. Feature request: I'd LOVE to see Affinity create an open source tool on Github for 'Eras
So I've run into a conundrum - the Affinity suite of apps that I purchased from the Microsoft Store doesn't appear to have command-line support. This is because those Windows Apps downloaded from the store are sandboxed off away from users. You cannot directly find the `Photo.exe` file from the Explorer (unless you're willing to blow away a lot of permissions). The best I could find on how to start Affinity Photo from the MS Store from the command line is the following: powershell.exe explorer.exe shell:AppsFolder\$(get-appxpackage -name SerifEuropeLtd.AffinityPhoto ^| select -expandproper