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  1. Hi, I own an older version of ipad (about 4 years old), a 2014 dell laptop and a recent Mac pro. Do I need to purchase three license? Sincerely, Raj
  2. I have a mac pro with 4 hard drives and have tried the trial version of Affinity Photo but I have a few questions before I buy a licence: (1) Can I download AP from the Mac app store to each hard drive/OS in turn? (if not how can I ensure AP is on each HDD?) (2) By the end of this year I am hoping to have a new desktop mac - how can I easily transfer or add AP licence to the new machine? If I could ask another question here ... Is there a plan to integrate file management with Affinity Photo at any point in the near future? This is important to me as it saves a lot of time jumping from one app to another and I prefer to work seamlessly. Thanks in advance of any answers Raysto
  3. Hi Everytime I try to use the denoise function on Affinity photo on my Mac pro it crashes, Is this a known problem and how to I stop it happening please. B
  4. I will be working on a new project with large 4k monitors (2-3) and a MAC PRO 6 cores 64gb ram and the AMD FirePro D300 2048 MB GRAPHIC CARD WHAT PERFORMANCE SETTINGS DO YOU RECOMMEND??? KNOWING THAT WE WILL BE DEALING WITH 2 OR 3 GB FILES SOMETIMES Thank you
  5. Greetings to the forum, I've been using the trial versions of both Designer and Photo until yesterday when I purchased both full versions .. INCREDIBLY AWESOME replacements to the big cumbersome apps of the past. But .. I have a question. I'm using Designer to work on a .pdf file which has now been saved as an .afdesign file, and there are 'many many' layers. The program felt a little slow while I was doing a move, and Designer locked up fo a while ... so while waiting I checked in my Activity Monitor to see whether I was running out of RAM (6 total, only using 4, not ideal but not bad), then did a terminal: "top -n 10 -o cpu" to see how busy the CPU was .. I saw that no matter what was going on, Affinity Designer was never using more than 100%, which was a little ODD .. I have an 8 core 2008 Mac Pro, which while admittedly old, usually shows most programs using 500 or 600% when they start to get thirsty for processing power like this. I'd like to know if Designer is able to use multiple CPU cores, and if so, what's going on with my setup? (EDIT: Just noticed that sometimes it uses more than one core (saw some 455% here and there), but when it's doing a big move of curves, Designer only uses 1 core .. does this make sense?) I have a Mac Pro 3,1 2 x 2.8 ghz Quad-Core Xeon .. running the latest of ElCapitan 10.11.1 I only have 6 gigs of 800 mhz DDR2 installed as they're crazy expensive still due to all the cooling and mac certification etc.
  6. Hi - excited to try out my preview copies of the Affinity products in the next couple days - two quick questions.... This first one is probably obvious once I install the aps, but I'll ask anyway: is there full support in the Photo Ap for Wacom pen tablets (pressure and tilt)? Next question - It has been a year and a half now that I have waited for Adobe to give dual video card support in their GPU preferences... I have a Mac Pro with dual video cards but Photoshop only uses the VRAM from one of the cards - not both - so basically late 2013/14 Mac Pro owners have one dormant video card in terms of VRAM. Do the Affinity apps take advantage of all the VRAM available on the New Mac Pro dual video cards? (so far that I know, only Final Cut Pro takes advantage of this). Thank you for the answers. Jeff
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