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  1. What are the ways to edit or repair old and damaged Black and White Photos? Where to start?
  2. In the past I (and others reported) had some corrupted files, especially I had for example a crash at program start because of a corrupted AppData-Affinity-Folder, that later turned out to be a corrupt assets.propcol file. I don't have the broken files any longer, but I was thinking about a way of recovering data out of such corrupt files. Is there already a tool or command line switch or other way to try to recover such files? If I think I would manage all my assets and brushes in those files and out of a sudden it get's unusable for the Affinity program, I would go crazy. It would be good to have a tool that could try to read the file and try to recover as much as it could and write a new file with all that could be recovered (keeping and not writing to the corrupt file of course). Maybe rewriting header or stuff like that, or if it can't detect the file from the file itself, that someone can say, hey this was an assets.propcol file for example and then it tries to recreate it.
  3. Hi everyone! Yesterday I watched one of the Affinity tutorials and realized that I have an old photo that needed a little TLC. Here is a link to the images https://www.flickr.com/gp/21393594@N03/5q1oF0 It took me about 1/2 hr to do this. I used the inpainting brush tool for the tear on either side of him and a combination of the clone tool and inpainting brush for the part of the picture that my uncle Harry is in along with random area's around the outer edges of the photo. I was amazed at how easy it was. It would have taken me several hours of cloning in photoshop to get this done I am sure! Thanks Affinity! Larry
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