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  1. I store most of my files on OneDrive. Whenever I open a folder from Designer that contains files only on OneDrive, it starts downloading those files. Even though I am not touching the file. Even when I am just saving an image to that folder. How can I stop this? I don't files I'm not using downloaded.
  2. This is a rather bad one. Sometimes Affinity Photo or Design will fail to save the currently open file to pCloud Drive. The error says that the ownership could not be verified. It then the file closes upon confirmation - it's the only option. I don't get a chance to save any changes. It would help if the saving process it aborted and I am given the chance to choose a different location.
  3. Maybe this is obvious, but I needed some time to figure it out. In Affinity Photo for iOS, You can - either save a native file to iCloud Drive (default) - export a different file format to a storage provider of Your choosing - OR use drag and drop to place a native file whereever You want. Why is this important? It speeds up my workflow. I use AP on an iPad to sketch illustrations. I then take them further on the Windows desktop, which has pCloud as main cloud storage. Using the files app I can drop a copy of any sketch file into pCloud on the iPad, and once it has synced I can open it directly in Windows. This should work with Dropbox or any other storage provider that is available on both platforms.
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