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  1. I have a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone. When importing the .RAW pictures I have taken from the memory card, there is severe lens distortion overcorrection that takes place within affinity (viewing outside affinity this is not an issue). It almost looks like I shot with a GoPro. So in assistant manager I switched the .RAW engine from Serif to Apple and checked "take no action" for auto lens distortion correction. Easy enough right? Wrong, now that I have done that the program crashes every single time when opening these files. Please Help!!!!!
  2. what is the assistant manager doing in the background??? Apparently it has some sort of automatic filtering, automatic evaluation and decision in place of the actual user?? I first thought It was just a Live tutorial but apparently it has a life of its own.... :-( brrrrr
  3. View>Assistant Manager... It says "Erasing from vector layes" instead of "layers".

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