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  1. I am currently trialling Affinity Photo, specifically for its printing capabilities, but I have run into a couple of problems. 1) Having recently bought a new printer capable of using fine art papers and the like I needed some software that could do Colour Managed printing, and, not wanting to be price-gouged by Adobe, thought I would try Affinity Photo. As per the attached screenshot, in the print dialogue I can click the Printer Profile drop-down and select the ICC profile I want; the ones I have installed all show up and can be selected without issue. However, if I then click off the Colour Management section, say to Rasterization, and then click back, the ICC profile has reverted back to the default sRGB. How do I make it stay on the one I have selected, and be sure it is actually printing with that profile? 2) Question two comes as a result of attempting to experiment with 1). I thought that maybe if I selected the ICC profile as the very last thing before printing, the program would use that profile for the print. To test this, I was going to print the same image several times on one sheet of paper with different profiles to see if there was a difference. However, there appears to be no way to position the image on the paper: it sits obstinately in the middle. Is there a way to specifically position the image? Thanks for any help!

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