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  1. In the Windows version of Publisher, the “Open folder in Explorer” menu item is available when I create a new document but have not yet saved it. I’ve noticed that – at the moment, on my machine – this function currently opens the Desktop folder but I was wondering if this was the default or whether it changed depending on circumstances. Or, should “Open folder in Explorer” be greyed out until the document is saved? Not a major issue, just wondering.
  2. Windows 10, 64-bit When I create an .afphoto file from scratch and save it, I can see a preview for it in Windows Explorer. Preview tab also works. When I import a NEF file, develop it and save it, no thumbnail is displayed in Windows Explorer (just a large afphoto icon). Preview tab fails to display anything. I checked and it seems that the thumbnail handler installed by your product does not work correct in all cases.
  3. Here is a more general version of a visual shortcuts explorer for Affinity Tools, which can show up both, the Affinity Designer + Photo keyboard shortcuts for Win/Mac (in English or German language), on different choosable localized keyboard layouts. AffinityShortcutMapper.zip To use it, extract the compressed archive and navigate into the "/AffinityShortcutMapper" folder, there open the HTML page index.html locally in your default or prefered web browser and start exploring the various shortcuts! Note: for the Chrome web browser you might try instead to locally launch Chrome the below shown way (due to it's default security settings) in order to allow file:// protocol access for it ... > "C:\PathTo\Chrome.exe" --allow-file-access-from-files See also this related posting.