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  1. Hello, I recently purchased your software as all the videos showed how well it works for astrophotography. I was particularly impressed with how fast your stacking process was in your videos. However, each time I use your Astrophotography Stacking process, once I hit stack the whole programme just crashes. I left the programme alone for over an hour. Not even Deep Sky Stacker takes that long. This is deeply disappointing and contrasting to what your videos demonstrate. My laptop has a i7 quad core processor too so it's not exactly slow or lacking power. Please can you provide me with support on this issue? I have attached a screenshot here (using my phone as I can't grab a screenshot due to your programme crashing every time).
  2. Since there is no tracing option for Affinity Designer yet, I usually use the vector brush tool to trace the outline of a drawing to get the shape. But I don't usually get this accomplished in one continuous line. Therefore, I have to use the node selection tool (white arrow) to join the pathway segments together. As I was attempting to do so on my iPad Pro, my vector pathway would start accumulating quite a bit of nodes. Eventually, it would no longer allow me to join another curve pathway without crashing. When I reopen the file, it was a version of the file that was at least 2 saves back from my recent saved version. However, when I open the file and try the same process on the macOS version, everything works fine. I am able to join more curves and save the file as expected. I can only assume this is either a bug with iOS 14 and Affinity Designer or it is a deliberate hampering of the computing power of the iPad Pro by Affinity. Has any one else experienced this issue? I am running the latest version of iPadOS 14.0.1 and the latest version of Affinity Designer on both operating systems.
  3. Hello community 👋 hope everyone is safe and doing well during these tumultuous times. Regarding my issue.. the video I embedded shows the problem. (App Crashes around final 3 seconds of video) I have tried the following: Rebooting ipad Powering Down iPad No other apps running in the background Closing out app and relaunching it I am not running any form of AP beta (nor do I want to, wiped out all my information last time I tried - triple yikes!) I am on the latest version of AP (shown in attached image) I am on the latest version of iOS (shown in attached image) I am on iPad Pro 2017 model (10.5) Would appreciate any insight on this. Thank you! FullSizeRender.mov
  4. Affinity Photo 1.81.3 on windows 10 desktop Anytime I try to add anything to the asset panel it freezes the program. Help 5/12/20 Now Photo will load but even trying to create a new document frezes the program.
  5. 1.7 crashes opening Sony raw files, focus merging and HDR merging. Anyone else experiencing this and if so know a fix? Thanks in advance
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