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  1. So I've run into a conundrum - the Affinity suite of apps that I purchased from the Microsoft Store doesn't appear to have command-line support. This is because those Windows Apps downloaded from the store are sandboxed off away from users. You cannot directly find the `Photo.exe` file from the Explorer (unless you're willing to blow away a lot of permissions). The best I could find on how to start Affinity Photo from the MS Store from the command line is the following: powershell.exe explorer.exe shell:AppsFolder\$(get-appxpackage -name SerifEuropeLtd.AffinityPhoto ^| select -expandproper
  2. I've attached two AD files containing templates: [1] for creating icon/tile assets for a UWP app (if you can't use the Asset Generator of Visual Studio 2017); [2] for creating Microsoft Store art. Even if you use the Asset Generator you can still use the templates to see how your icon will look in various tile sizes/shapes. (The attached image is just there so you can see what you get with the first set of templates.) Basic instructions for each set of templates are included in the AD files themselves. Both sets of templates were used for my own - very simple - little app.
  3. Not a bug report, as I don't know where to post this question. But with MS upping it's game for (win10) UWP apps (see Windows 10S), I was wondering if Affinity is looking into this. It would expose the applications onto a wider audience, despite the fact MS is taking a cut ;-) cheers! rob
  4. Hi there, Affinity fo Windows team) Are there any plans of making AD and AP as UWP apps for Windows 10? If yes - when, if no - why?
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