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  1. I just installed Affinity Designer, however I can't get real white to display. It keeps showing a cream color. I've tried to color balance my monitors, checked my color management in Windows and checked my color properties in Designer but they are all the default. When I open Photoshop beside Designer I can see the real white. I was able to take a snip of the white background in Designer and paste it in Photoshop and it gave me a different color... So, how do I get the colors to display correctly in Designer? Affinity Photo vs Designer
  2. In Photo 1.5.1.54 for Windows I have encountered, that Adjustments in Color Balance for the Midtones and Shadows are doing the same changes in the same color frequencies. They change the same places on the pictures :( Highlights seem to be OK. It seems to be working more only like the Split Toning in 2 separated frequencies then in 3...... Thanks Jindra
  3. Colorbalance at 100% adjustment is still far away from maximum possible color adjustment. I have attached two screenshots as a comparison between Affinity Photo and Photoshop. I notices this while trying to recreate the effect described here: http://www.diyphotography.net/using-color-balance-turn-dust-particles-fire-ice-magic/ With Affinity Photo I did not manage to obtain such saturated colours.
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