Sigma, DNG and Skylum's Luminar

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Sigma, DNG and Skylum's Luminar

Before I start this rant, I just want to make something clear:

* I don't like Lightroom (but many do), so don't ask.

* I do like Luminar made by Skylum

* I've had several Canon cameras in the past, (5dII being the most recent), but what a difference between the images of both cameras.

* I am no longer a fan of the Bayer sensor

So Skylum states they support DNG.  Yet Sigma DNG files appear as a twisted mess when loaded into their software.

This does not occur when using Sigma DNG files with Adobe's Raw processing (via Bridge->Photoshop).

Converting the Sigma DNG's to Adobe DNG's does not change the situation.

So who do I scream at?  Skylum or Sigma?  I'm sure other Sigma owners have their own stories of irony, but I want to take the initiative to somehow get this resolved.  And I'm not giving up on Sigma.

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