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Which plugins, specifically?

Most of them probably require that you have an RGB layer selected. Can you provide some screenshots, and a sample .afphoto document for us to examine?

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Hallo @PixelDude Raoul,

Excuses voor de late reactie hier en het spijt me te horen dat u problemen ondervindt!

Zoals Walt hierboven heeft vermeld, moet u ervoor zorgen dat de juiste laag is geselecteerd om uw plug-ins te initialiseren. Kunt u een screenshot verstrekken van het document geopend in Affinity, de Layers Studio zichtbaar, met uw Layer geselecteerd en het menu Plug-ins uitgevouwen?

Ten tweede zou ik ook graag het volgende willen proberen. Download de gewijzigde versie van uw bestand hieronder en probeer vervolgens de plug-ins te initialiseren. Werken deze zoals verwacht voor dit bestand?

A9153400_sRGB8.afphoto

Bij voorbaat hartelijk dank :)

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De plugins werken uitsluitend op de background layers. Op geen enkele andere layer, ook niet op het door u bijgevoegde bestand A9153400_sRGB8.afphoto.
In bijlage de printscreen van de originele afphoto met de plugins.


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Thanks for the screenshot provided @PixelDude Raoul, as mentioned above you need to have the (Pixel) layer selected in your Layers Studio in order to use the Plugins, currently you have the Adjustment layer selected, which is why they are greyed out in this menu.

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Select the Pixel layer and then try initialising the plugins, hopefully they will now work as expected :)

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