Logitech G602: Affinity Photo Profile

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Adobe photoshop profile for Logitech G602 doesn’t seem to work the same on Affinity Photo. This seriously slow down process on editing photo which is one of the main reason i bought this mouse for: the 6 function keys at side of Logitech G602.

The Adobe Photoshop profile i downloaded are created by Shelley (neacail), 3 out of 6 buttons working fine. Hardness doesn’t work, which is my frquently used function. Hardness shortcuts in Affinity Photo 1.5.0.45 (Windows) is Alt + Left click + Right click, numbers of users requested for simpler short cut key, refer here: [Affinity Photo 1.5.0.45] Brush radius/hardness shortcut not working

Targus Smart Surge 6: Owner Review

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Wiring for my work station is a mess for years and the power supply also got me worried since it kept on rain with thunder storming recently. So, after done some searching, bought a piece of Targus Smart Surge 6, with cost of RM 122.

Lenovo Ideapad 700: 17ISK (80RV007HMJ) Owner Review

It is time to change laptop since the old Acer Aspire 5750G is getting real slow while photo editing, especially edit those large RAW DNG files from Pentax K-1. My purposes for the laptop are to do photo editing (Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Affinity Photo) and music composition (Cockos Reaper, VST, audio recording). Therefore, specs such as SSD, storage size, nice wide angle view of display, processor and RAM are my concerns.

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Initially, wanted to get an Illegear Z7 with GTX960M (RM 5414) since my colleague (Mr. Tim) recommend it. Unfortunately it is out of stock with just GTX 970M which increase the price by another RM800+, it just way out of budget for a non-gamer like me. So, went to Digital Mall and purchased another laptop that recommend by Mr. Tim, the Lenovo Ideapad 700 17-inch.

Reaper: How to move Project with Media Files to another Drive

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In my case, i will temporary store current Raper project with all media files in SSD for faster access. Since there is only 128GB SSD, it will soon become full after few projects. One solution for me, once the project done, project file and media files that it used will be moved to HDD.

Steps is easy, click on File -> Save Project As -> a windows will prompt as image above, click on 3rd option: “Move all media into project directory” -> choose the drive and folder to save.Then i’ll those extra media files and project files stored in: This PC > Documents > Reaper Media.