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  1. I was getting a Failed to open PSD file. The file could not be parsed. I've managed to filter it down to the issue being "Black and white adjustment layer" which causes the issue. If I remove the layer the files imports fine. Keep up the good work. Thanks Will
  2. Open any pixel Image. Cmd-P to print and the image prints ok. Apply any live filter. Cmd-P and now the printed image is trashed.
  3. I just purchased Affinity Photo 1.3.4 having come from the beta. The problem I had with the beta persists. When I open a document, edit it, and then print, the print that comes out is the original photo, not my edit. I know this isn't due to my printer not being able to print what I see on screen. If I save the photo as a jpeg and open the jpeg and print, it comes out right.

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