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  1. Hi, I'm new user with affinity photo, so I didn't use previous version of the program. I'm triying to open a file (.psd) with smart objetc inside. In all cases, when I open the file in Affinity Photo, the smart object appears with a problem like here: Apparently, the program does not respect the proportions and display of the smart object. That is why it is not possible to modify it and work with the document. As you can see, the problem is the same with Affinity photo files , where the original document modifies the smart object as well: I suppose that the option should be work, like this https://affinity.serif.com/es/tutorials/photo/desktop/video/393648146/ I tried with different kind of files with smart objects, and always appears the problem. I can see that other people have the same issue: In Windows too: Could be possible to fix that? Thanks and have a nice day!
  2. Hello, everyone. I updated Affinity Photo to its 1.9 version yesterday. I need to work on some mockups, but when I open the PSD I'm going to use, I see these weird shapes – but only on the layer with the embedded document. I'm not sure if this is a software issue, or if it's a problem with my graphics card (this had never happened before), but I thought maybe I could get some guidance/assistance here. Attached you'll find an screenshot of the issue. Thanks for your help.
  3. Hello, I am having issues exporting files as PSD and then having someone open them in Photoshop. I work with people who use Photoshop and Affinity Photo so this is crucial for my team for me to be able to export them and open them where I have left off or for me to be able to save a template. I have tried all of the options in the export options including preserve accuracy, preserve edibility, and Final Cut Pro X with no success. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but this is super frustrating. Thanks! Daniel
  4. Hey there, So I cannot cannot open my PSD files...I’m using the (updated) IPad 2018 and the newest Version of Affinity. I want to import them from my iPad ( not cloud, Dropbox etc) . (The psd files are mockups with multiple layers.) The thumbnails are fainted so I can’t even click on them.. can anyone help me please ? THANK YOU ❤️
  5. I have enable psd smart object and import the psd mockup. However the quality of the photo is lose and turn dim a little bit. What’s wrong with that? I have seen layout and smart object work. Just the quality different.
  6. Hello I made these psd files real quick to highlight the problem I am having I don't know if its an affinity bug or a blackmagic bug but didn't know where else to post it case 1 mountainforfusion.psd this one works in fusion 9 and davinci resolve 16 studio versions does not work in fusion 16 studio fusion studio 16 is the stand alone version case 2 STARSFOR_FUSION.psd this one has groups in it fusion 9 and studio 16 it shows up as black and in davicni resolve 16 it shows up as white only, no colors remove the groups same thing with fusion 9 and fusion 16 studio shows up in black, but does work in davinci resolve 16 STARSFOR_FUSIOn-nogroups.psd
  7. Hello, I can't import .psd file to Affinity designer(ipad). In the import page, I can't choose .psd file. If I choose .psd file in my folder, it will force to open in Procreate. Even if I export .psd from AD, I can't import it. Is there any solution? :( AD ver.1.8.3 ipad ver. 13.5
  8. Hi all, I exported an affinity designer file with PSD file embedded inside to EPS file. The PSD file does not have any background/tranparent The export result showing a faint but noticeable background (see picture) pls note that I have use this feature before around a year ago (i think in beta version?) and this didn't happen back then. Kindly advise. Thank you Regards, E.
  9. How do you use a PSD file in Affinity Photo? I would like to use a PSD 3Dbookcover template. I haven't found out how to open the PSD Book Cover file from my downloads. Any further information on how to accomplish this in Affinity.
  10. Hello everyone I am using windows 10 Pro 64 bits (Affinity Designer 1.5.1.43 ) when i want to prevent a text (paragraph) to go out of his frame height (just like photoshop) - it won't so when i open a PSD file i found a mess please help me PS : there is a gif attached to explain the problem thank you
  11. Greetings. I created a file IN Affinity Photo. When I export the .afphoto file to a PSD and go back to open the PSD in Affinity, the file does not open, with the error message "The File Could Not Be Parsed." I created two files (inside and outside of a matchbook) and my local printer could only open 1 of the files. Why would this one (randomly) not work? Again, when I go back to open it in Affinity, I get the error message, "The File Could Not Be Parsed." Thoughts? Thank you.
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