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  1. 1. I develop a Nikon NEF file. Doesn't matter what I do in this step, even if that's just develop as default. 2. I crop it. My subject is square so I normally crop 1:1. 3. I use the mesh warp to bring the corners of my square subject to the corners of the crop, but if I accidentally click and miss the corner (say, I click below and right of the lower right corner), then clicking again to pick up the corner and dragging the corner no longer adjusts the image. Cancelling the mesh warp and trying again does not work. The mesh warp remains fully nonfunctional unless I close Affinity Photo and start over. Closing the photo and trying again does not work. If I don't miss clicking on a corner, I have no problem, but if I miss the small square, it causes the problem. Windows 10. Affinity Photo 2.04, HW acceleration on. Problem did not occur in Affinity Photo 1 (any version that I've owned).
  2. Affinity Photo 1.10.5 When attempting to move a point on the mesh warp, if the point is selected before the cursor turns into a solid black arrow (it will look like a white arrow with a squiggle under it) this will cause the program to lock up and the spinning beach ball will appear. Force quitting is the only option. IMac 27-inc 2019 Processor Name: 6-Core Intel Core i5 Processor Speed: 3.1 GHz Memory: 32 GB OS: Monterey 12.3.1
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