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  1. Really excited to see the activity supporting X3F files: thank you immensely for all these efforts. I think there's been a small oversight in packaging the 1.8.4.665 Photo Beta, because when you open an X3F file, it immediately crashes to desktop (even before fonts are loaded, etc.). As a control, I also retried the most current non-beta Affinity Photo (1.8.3.641), and that can still open X3F files without crashing out. I tried this new Affinity Photo Beta using X3F RAW images taken using: Max resolution Low resolution B&W Taken with a Merrill sensor Taken with an older SD14 Sigma. I tried manually browsing and opening the varied test set of files from within Affinity Photo, as well as using Windows Explorer's "Open with..." and choosing both 'Affinity Photo Beta' and 'Affinity Photo'. The issue is consistent for all these (above) X3F files opened with this newest beta. But even with a CTD, I'm still ecstatic for the developer attention after all this time.
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