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  1. New user here, using Affinity Photo on a Windows 10 X64 box. After installation I noticed that AP had set itself to be the default application for .dng files. Of course I could undo this by going to the Windows file associations settings, but it is something that I feel should not be necessary. If it is necessary for some reason I think the installer should ask the user during installation if he wants the program to be the default application for certain extensions. On a slightly different but related note: I think it would be nice when the program would be listed in the Windows Control Panel\Programs\Default Programs\Set Default Programs hierarchy. That way the user could easily check for which extensions he wants the application to be the default. Thank you for listening,
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