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  1. Hi there. I'm using Affinity Designer for iPad. For some reason I can save in any iCloud folder from my iPad, EXCEPT in the Affinity Designer folder one. I can browse subfolders, but the top right Add button remains greyed out. This folder happens to be where I keep all .afdesign documents in desktop. I would imagine that's the one place where I should be able to do so. So it's been very difficult transferring copies from one side to another every time I make a change, sending files via other mediums and replacing them on desktop. Beats the purpose of iCloud. Hope this is a temporary bug and not a feature. I'd appreciate any clarification.
  2. Hello and thank you for such great work on the Affinity Products! I am repeatedly having an issue with iCloud synching. Problem: When I make changes to a file on my macbook pro and save the file to iCloud, in a subfolder within the default Affinity folder, the changes seem to stay on my mac, even though the upload icon indicates the file is now in the cloud. The file image preview on my iPad Pro updates to reflect the changes, however when I open it, it's like the file never updated. I get the previous version of the file. I even tried making more changes to the file on my macbook, saving again, checking for the file to upload and for the image preview on the iPad to update again, yet again when I open the file on iPad it's the old version of the file without any of the new changes. History It's the second time I've noticed this, and it seems files saved on iPad do update and open well on MacBook, but not the other way around. I already lost a lot of work on a document after the cloud seemed to have saved the larger, more recent file, but then it was replaced with the older file (thankfully had a png export that is all I need right now)... and now working on a new design, I have to Airdrop Designer files in order to open the updated file on my iPad. Is this an iCloud or Affinity settings issue that I can flip a switch to fix? If so, why does the image preview update on both devices? Or Is the problem a bug in iCloud / Designer? Glad to help with any tests or to provide more input. Thank you for your reply!!
  3. When I save first to iPad and then want to save a copy to iCloud, i cannot do so in the designer folder. How come? What am I missing?
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