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  1. Today I lost a couple of hours of work (again!) due to AD's inability to properly handle problems when working on files opened form remote location. This behavior is unfortunately consistent and It has happened to me numerous times before. I store and open files from my NAS. I do not download them to my computer. I open them directly from remote location. Unfortunately, sometimes when I try to save the file and AD decides to be unable to save the file, instead of offering to for example to save it locally, AD only says that the file has to be closed. First of all it's strange that AD cannot access remote location because, using Windows File Explorer, I can access it with no problem. Even directly after AD fails to save it. And then it's an epic failure if, instead of keeping the file open and maybe offering to save it manually to a different location, AD chooses to close the file when I try to save it. It could just display an error message instead and allow me to save my file!!! I've lost my work! Please make AD handle files open from remote locations properly ASAP! Thank you.
  2. When I attempt to export straight from affinity photo a psd format to my NAS it goes 100% but cannot do the final write. My NAS comes up with a message that the server is being interrupted.. Fix? ps. I can export to my harddrive no problems but I'm looking at this as an alternative to photoshop which can write directly to the NAS and do not want to add an extra step to my workflow.. Thanks
  3. I'm trying to get the new functionality open-in-place (AP 1.6.7) to work and want to open a JPG directly on my NAS (Synology), edit it and save it back in the original location (i.e. overwrite the existing file on the NAS). So I "open from cloud", select the file on the NAS via the files app (through location either "DS file" or "FileBrowser Biz", i.e. the document provider, which provides access the NAS), edit the picture, and finally choose "Save" from the "burger menu" in the overview/welcome screen, just like the tutorial video showed. It all looks good, except, that the file on the NAS is not updated with the changes and I have no idea, where the "Save" action puts the file. My guess is that it's not saved at all. Any ideas what is wrong with this approach? Is this functionality (saving back to original location) only working with the iCloud drive location? (I was hoping it was generic, for all locations available in the files app...) Thank you for any feedback!
  4. I was recently advised to check out affinity. I must admit I didnt check the price or functionality before buying but so far its practically useless for me. I generally import my pics onto my pc or nas using lightroom 5.7. this works well for my pc centric workflow and I am not interested in upgrading lightroom at present. What I want is to auto sync a number of folders to the ipad so I can introduce an ipad work flow. The minimum I want to do is review pics and remove them. Perhaps Ill progress to doing some raw edits prior to syncing back to the pc. I do not at any stage want to use the cloud or import pictures 1 by one. Lots of apple apps can see my nas although I have not found an option to download a whole folder or folders. Ive looked at the import from options and they just seem to be missing an import from nas option. Any thoughts/help greatly appreciated.
  5. Hi there, are you considering to really support a mobile professional workflow? Coming from a job (e.g. wedding), I have thousands of raw images which I have to go through and select the best ones to be edited. Back home, I would like to store them on my NAS and synchronize a specific folder with my iPad. I could then do the culling on the roads, e.g. sitting in a train (offline). Back home, the ratings should again be synchronized to my NAS so I can start editing the best ones on my iMac. Edited photos should then be synchronized via NAS to my iPad, so I can show them to customers... I definitely want to sync via NAS, because I easily end up with more than 100GB of images after a wedding. There must not be any cloud storage involved because this slows down the entire process! Additionally, for travel photography it would be great to back up to my iPad first while traveling. I could then start rating the images with star ratings and synchronize the result as soon as I am back home. This means I neither have to carry a laptop to choose the best images, nor do I have to wait with the rating and selection of my images until I am at home... For my personal images it would be great if all edited photos could be synced to my photos roll on iMac, iPhone and iPad via NAS (with the time when my images were taken, not when they were edited...) looking forward to hearing from you chris
  6. Affinity will not wake up my NAS drive, just like Lightroom. I have to open a directory on the drive in Explorer before starting Affinity Photo for it to "see" the drive. Other programs don't seem to have this limitation. (Syncbak for example) As many folks store their photos on NAS drives, this would be a very useful feature. This may be a Windows only problem, but if it could be solved in Affinity would be great. Also needed if DAM software is developed.
  7. I was trying to export from Affinity Photo to a NFS Share mounted on my Mac at a client location, after a long pause a window appeared (which I have uploaded) with the error message: Failed because the file could not be created. Please report this to Serif. File::Unmanaged fcntl E002 [errno = 77] The export failed and I was unable to save to the NFS share (it's a NFS share as it's the required protocol for Apple FCPX application on NAS). Any idea what this means?
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