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  1. I usually download the image and open the downloaded image in affinity photos then copy the pixel layer paste it into my working project as a pixel layer. Is there any simpler way to just copy an image from webpage paste it into my working project as a pixel layer?
  2. forgot downloading the macros when downloading AF, how to correct it
  3. I installed the NIK collection with what seemed to be no problems. I went to the preferences and did the necessary work to get four of the plugins to work with no problems (Analog Efex/HDR/Color Efex/Silver Efex) but when I use Dfine I get the message below. (Note I also get this message with Sharpener and Viveza). Does anyone know why I am getting these messages? DFine 2 was not able to apply the noise reduction to a separate layer. The noise reduction effect will be applied to the active layer. If you would like to apply Dfine 2 to a separate layer or selectively, please check to make sure your application supports the Nik Selective Tool and that you are not working in a limited functionally mode, such as the Quick Fix mode of Adobe Photoshop Elements
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