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Having bought a new computer I found I couldn't run my much loved Adobe Photoshop CS.

I was recommended to install "Affinity Photo" which I was told of it's user friendly interface.

 

I'm extremely disappointed, Photoshop was a doddle to use, I'm still struggling to get the software to work.

A paper manual would be most welcome as the the video tutorials are of limited use.

 

A very disappointed

newbie.

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jepike,

 

Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums.

 

We haven't made another Photoshop. I think that our 150 video tutorials cover more than a manual could. If you really don't get on with it apply for a refund.

 

Alternatively, use the lovely people who are here and tell them what you are trying to achieve, they may have some guidance for you.


Patrick Connor
Serif (Europe) Ltd.

Latest releases on each platform 

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jepike,  #1  be patient.    The video tutorials are a G-d send.    I have enjoyed them and learned from them.  Some go too fast, and some are just right for me.

 

Kind regards,

 

David

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Try this topic

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/32335-first-post-question-about-tutorial-videos/?p=157309

especially here https://affinity.ser...16-epub-format/

for your 'manual' pages, and don't forget the very concise Help files either.

 

When watching the tutorial videos (on a Mac - not sure about Windows) press the Space Bar to pause and the Arrows to creep to and fro. You can download any of the Vimeo tutorials for in depth study off-line.

 

We all hope you will find your feet quickly. Best wishes!

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Only my opinion. AF has easy to understand ( if go slowly ) videos.   Not so with PS.

 

Just my opinion, and it's not humble.   hee

 

Cheers

 

David

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