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  1. Hello, I use MacBookAir i7 8g 512SSD (11pol) How best adjust for economy battery???? . OpenGL ativate??? . Use only GPU Integrated??? Help
  2. Hi all, A quick question... I'm running Affinity Designer & Affinity Photo on a Mac Pro 2010 with nVidia Quadro 4000 2gb GFX card on High Sierra 10.13.2 and cannot seem to get the 'metal' option under Performance to work - it's greyed-out. I've checked System Profiler and the report states Metal is supported. Interestingly, it works fine on my Macbook Pro Retina 15in (2012). Is this a bug?
  3. Hi there, I'm a new user of AP (1.4.2), which I really find great! I'm running it on my MacBookPro retina 13" mid 2014 (16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel Iris 1536MB) with El Capitain 10.11.6 (everything up to date and working fine so far). Unfortunately, I have an issue that is seriously affecting my activity with AP: When I open a file (whatever the size, even a few Kb jpeg), it's sufficient to make any selection (even a simple squared one) to make the machine starting to overheat and get the fan running at full speed. This happen just by having any selection active (i.e. marching ants). If I remove the selection, the machine cools down... I also tried to set the "Use only integrated GPU" option, but it didn't help... By de-selecting the "OpenGL Hardware" option things seems to get better , but the performances are quite severely affected. I searched in the forum, and I see that with the beta version someone reported a similar issue (https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/8723-laptop-running-hot/) but it seems that everything was fixed at that time.. My point is: Is it normal such a behavior on a machine that is quite new and well featured? (I'm using my macbookpro even for real-time HD video editing without anything like that. Useless to say: With PS CS6 it is working perfectly without any performance issue). I hope someone can help me. Let me know should you need more information. Many thanks in advance! Marco
  4. Hi, i would like to know witch settings are the best : OpenGL only, Open GL and Integrated GPU or Integrated GPU only? What are the differences? 'Cause, i'm having some performance issues with objects that have thousands of nodes. Thx. Ben
  5. So been plowing through AD/AP coming from Xara. I had a couple posts regarding brushes, smoothing (can't wait to see this in 1.6), etc... Most of the suggestions, my searching and help files point me to the OpenGL settings under Preferences. Unfortunately I don't have these options. I'm running the latest Windows version of AD/AP, with: Windows 10 Pro X64 - 10.0.14393 AMD A10-5800K GeForce GTX 1050 16 GB memory So are these settings only applicable to the MAC version? I've done many OpenGL test/benchmarks and all is good, and I have the latest Nvidia drivers. I've also seen some posts in relation to AMD cpus and maybe some limitations, etc...is this true? One reason I'm asking is that I may be building a new rig in the next week or so and I'm leaning towards another AMD CPU (FX-8370) and may switch to Intel if there are issues/limitations with Affinity products. Thanks.
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