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  1. Hey guys, I worked all morning on a file that was based solely visually on a PDF. After one hour I saved the file and worked on it for another 2 hours. I just wanted to adapt the name of the reference PDF, searched for it in the Save As dialog and selected the file to avoid typing the file name manually (admittedly, I didn't double check, it was supposed to quickly save the file, but yeah I should've known better). I closed the document and left for lunch. When I came back I got an error message trying to open the file because it appeared to be saved in an unknown file format. Specifically as a file that was edited in Publisher but apparently saved as a PDF – when the file was saved, the suffix was also incorporated! Why doesn't the user get an error message or at least a warning dialog? How is it even possible that I could continue working for 2 hours in a seemingly corrupt document and didn't get a single hint of incompatibility due to wrong/double suffixes? Not even when occasionally quick saving (Ctrl + S)! But … luckily I remembered the solution from experience during my "Adobe-era" that by changing the suffix (usually hidden in Windows) manually you can sometimes get the file back to work. Adobe itself has found a solution: when selecting an existing file, somehow only the actual file name (everything preceding the .suffix) is inherited. Nonetheless I think this should be considered a bug! Cheers MrDoodlezz
  2. Hi there, I am trying to show File Extensions on the export dialog. In Preferences in the General tab I have unchecked »Automatically Hide Extension«. The Suffix should be explicitly visible. However File Extensions still do not show up when I choose a file name. Same issue in Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer. What can I do?
  3. In Export Persona, the slices cleated by latest version cannot add "~ipad" suffix. Some slices which I have created by old version(cannot remember the version) still work. Try export my file. Cheers ;). filename~ipad.afdesign
  4. Dear Affinity makers, please give us an option to change the suffix when exporting. When working with Capture One Pro 9 and affinity photo, re-importing the photos from affinity photo (AP) to the C1Pro catalog could be a lot easier, when we would have the ability to change the suffix when exporting fron AP. Ap is saving .tif files as tiff and C1Pro is seeing them as tif Thanks in advance Michael
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