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Luminar as plugin - latest status?

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I'm running Affinity Photo1.6.4 and the latest Luminar 2018 version (1.3.0) under Win7. I'm having trouble using Luminar as a plugin under AP - while the image processed in Luminar is returned to AP, the colors are completely messed up.

There are some threads about this topic from last year, with some contradictory claims (some say it works with the Windows version, others say it doesn't). I was wondering, what the latest status is, especially with the new Luminar 1.3 version out. Is this actually a Luminar or AP issue? Is there a fix or workaround for the color issue?

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I am a new user of Affinity Photo, a fantastic program that misteriously is not very well known.

I can confirm what pipet said but using luminar 1.2.0 instead of the last version and the resulting colours of the resulting image are too washed out.

Is there any solution?

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