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  1. Not urgent, but nice to have, if this could be fixed in future versions of Affinity Photo: Affinity Designer creates its own special folder in iCloud. Affinity Photos does not. Problem: If you store Affinity Photo files in the "./iCloud/Affinity Designer" folder (a Affinity Photo folder is yet not created by Affinity Photo in iCloud) and double click them, the Affinity Photo files are always opened with Designer instead of Photo - even if the standard for file opening is set to Affinity Photo. It seems to be a side effect of the iCloud storage, that this is fixed to "Open with: Affinity Designer" - what can not be changed as long the .afphoto files remains in iCloud storage. As soon the file is copied or moved to local disk space, everything works as expected. Please see also the attached file: the check at "Open with: Affinity Designer" can not be changed to "Affinity Photo" and as long the file remains in the Affinity Designer folder in iCloud, double clicking opens always the .afphoto files in Designer instead of Affinity Photo - even if as Default Affinity Photo is selected. FYC: I am working in a Standard user account without Administrator permissions. I did not check wether this behavior changes if your account has admin permissions. Best regards, Roland

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