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  1. If a text frame is selected with the Move tool File > Place opens a File/Open dialog that defaults to a file type of "Text files (*.txt...)". In this case it also displays *.docx files. And in this case no other file types are shown in the file-types dropdown menu — when the bug has occurred, that is. A Word file isn't a "text file" (IMO). So that "Text files" file-type item seems misnamed. If a text frame is selected with the Text Frame tool File > Place opens a File/Open dialog that defaults to a file type of "Affinity files" — when the bug has occurred. In this case .docx and .txt files are not displayed by default. In this case, the next file-type item in the dropdown menu is "document files" which does not include files of type .docx. This seems like an omission that could be fixed. A Word doc certainly qualifies as a "document," methinks. In this case (again, when the bug has occurred) you can't see *.docx files in the Open dialog unless you scroll through the dropdown file-type menu and select "Text files" which is now near the bottom of the list. But again, as a Word document is not a "text file", the .docx extension should be added to that item in the dropdown menu. But — when I close and re-open Affinity Publisher, the behavior of the Open dialog (following File > Place) changes for a while. Then, File > Place with the Text Frame tool selected defaults to a file type of "All Documents" — including *.docx and *.txt. At some point during the session with the program, however, for whatever reason the default display of file types in the Open menu changes unpredictably. I don't know how to provide precise repro steps, sorry.
  2. Open a couple of images in APh, so they are in separate tabs Bring up a dialog box, say Filters/Apply Image... Switch to the other image Switch back The dialog box now has moved up the screen. Repeat steps 3 and 4 and it happens again...
  3. As a photographer, I create macros to make my life easier and save time on repetitive tasks. I've created a simple macro that resizes the image canvas and flattens the image. I want to also include saving and closing the image, but I keep getting a dialog asking if I want to save the flatten image. My answer to the dialog box question is always 'Yes'. Why can't I just record my dialog box choices into the macro?
  4. So it's been 3 updates and Photo is still not working properly in my Second Monitor. Come on please, I need to use my second monitor.
  5. Photo 1.5.2.69, Windows 10, Lenovo Yoga 2 13 with screen resolution 1920x1080. Clicking Layer/New Live Filter Layer/Lighting Filter produces a big dialog box which is impossible to move because the top is above the edge of the screen. The only way I can get to move it out of the way of the image is by demaximising (Restoring) the window and then moving the whole Photo window so far down that the bottom is off the screen edge.
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