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  1. I so wanted this approach to work but it is not. I presently use LR Mobile and Adobe CC for Photographers. I have Affininty 1.6.3 . Affinity for iPad offered the potential of an all mobile workflow. After investing considerable time in tutorials, I decided to try some serious editing. I am on an iPad Pro 9.7 with 256 GB memory. I imported a Canon raw file from Photos and then began a raw edit. Everything worked fine but when I tried the blemish removal in the raw editor, Affinity crashed and I lost my work. I repeated the raw edits and then developed the image, but when I tried Inpainting the developed image crashed again. I notice in the forum other references to crashes. Crashes which result in lost work are for me a "no go" on working further with software. I commend you for the development of Affinity for iPad but for now I will remain with a less feature rich mobile solution but which is robust with no crashes, plus I do not have to do a work around for my DAM.
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