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  1. Assign the Affinity Designer to be the default image editor.
  2. Click the Affinity Designer button on the Add-on Tool Bar.
  3. In the following Launch PSD Editor dialog, click the New Object button to create new assets, or click the Open File button to edit existing assets with the image editor.
  4. By clicking the New Object button, the Affinity Designer application will automatically launch with a new file tab named Default. You can now Start to create your PSD project.
  5. If you want to use the hot keys: Ctrl + S to quickly save your changes back to the Cartoon Animator, you have to activate the Enable 'Save' over imported PSD files check box under the General setting group of Preferences.
    Note:
    • The Enable 'Save' over imported PSD files feature is supported by Affinity Designer version 1.7 or above only.
    • Display all the image layers you need before sending or exporting to Cartoon Animator. Otherwise, the invisible image layers will be ignored by Affinity Designer.
    • In the synced status, the PSD editor will switch to the project file tab automatically once you click the icon, but Affinity Designer will launch the application only. You have to locate the project file tab manually for the target object.
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