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can't access "all photos" when importing on Affinity Photo for iPad

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For some reason, I am unable to access "All Photos" when importing photos on Affinity Photo for iPad.  When I select "Import From Photos",  the first folder in the upper left corner is "Recents" followed by "Favorites", "Recently Added", "Selfies" and so on.   Don't see a "All Photos" option to access to all of my photos that are present in the Photos App on my iPad.  Currently, I am using iCloud Photos for storage of my photos and also have the "Download and Keep Originals" option selected under settings on my iPad.

Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this?

 

Thanks,

Martin

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Same; however, if I click recents and scroll down all my photos are available.  I don’t know if this is just how it was designed or bug not to include the Photo tab.  It seems Affinity 1.7.3 and macOS updates are creating many unusual conflicts.  


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I think 'Recent' just presents ALL photos in chronological order.


IPad Pro 10.5/512GB lpadOS 13.1.3  Affinity Photo 1.7.3.155 Affinity Design 1.7.3.1 Publisher for iPad ?

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Yes, I see this now. It was confusing because when clicking on "Recent Photos", the sequence of the photos displayed is different than from what occurs when I click on "all photos" in the iPad Photos app. Any explanation for this?

 

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44 minutes ago, Gabe said:

Hi all,

@DM1 is correct. Recent is "All photos" . 

I agree, but the +Tab AP iPadIOS  is Photos, to open new project.  


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Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection 

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