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Switching from AD to APhoto issue

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Hello!

Finally the new versions are here - thank you so much!

I have Win7 (don't know how it works on Win10) and the newest Betas: Something odd happens when you are in AD and use the File > Edit in APhoto option. APhoto opens with the correct file from AD but if I want to close it it get stuck with the message about that the file is being opened at the moment and I have to wait to close the program. To close it I have to force it with the task manager. Tried it with different files (also with empty ones) - same result. If I tried it the other way round (Edit in AD from APhoto) it's the same situation.

The stable versions interact perfectly - tried the same and no problems.

Hope this feedback is useful.

Cheers,
Chris

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On Windows 10, I open Affinity Designer:

  • Create a new file.
  • Do something.
  • Go for Edit in Photo.
  • I can close Affinity Designer.

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I noticed something: the thing I can't do is to close Affinity Photo. That's where I get the message. Sorry I didn't try that.

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Best regards!


You'll never know what you can do until you get it up as high as you can go!   

AMD FX 8350 :: Radeon HD 7870 :: Windows 10 ::  http://mithferion.deviantart.com/

Oxygen Icons :: Free Quality Fonts :: Public Domain Pictures :: iOS 11 Design Resources :: iOS App Icon Template :: The Secret of High Quality Art

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