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  1. In short, Affinity Photo develops my RGB monochromatic images as RED when using the Auto-Colors tool, which breaks my processing macro for handling images SOOC. I've attached a sample example JPG from my Fuji X-S1, and the file as batched with equivalent (with exception of Auto-color which does not exist in PhotoPlus x8) SOOC workflows. I don't know an answer on how to address the case of what should be monochromatic images having (stupidly?) auto-color run against them, but I feel like this should be more robust. The alternative is I have to make another batch processing macro and run that only against monochromatic images, which sort of defeats the purpose of batching to begin with if I have to sift through files and take them out one by one. SOOC Source Image Serif PhotoPlus X8 Affinity \
  2. Playing around in a file pushing what I can do with AD's FXs... I may have broken something... I have a bunch of effects creating a complex geometric form based on simply triangle shapes. The last effect I was applying was an over-all glow. The color wheel is yielding glows with opposite results, as if it's picking up the hue on the opposite side of an axis... He's what I mean: 1. Magenta color works as expected, yields, magenta glow, defining upper pole of "reflected color axis": 2. Purple color DOESN"T work as expected, yields, red glow, symmetrical along the magenta/green axis of the color wheel: 3. Red color DOESN"T work as expected, yields, Purple glow, opposite from the one above, still symmetrical along the magenta/green axis of the color wheel: 4. Cyan color DOESN"T work as expected, yields, Orange glow, still symmetrical along the magenta/green axis of the color wheel: 5. Orange/Yellow color DOESN"T work as expected, yields, Cyan glow, opposite from the one above, still symmetrical along the magenta/green axis of the color wheel: 6. Green color works as expected, yields, Green glow. defining "lower pole" of "reflected color axis":
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