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  1. Affinity Photo: I think at least a few users above are hinting at the idea of having a function to "auto fill" with either the primary or secondary colour. It is a pity to repeatedly have to: navigate a pane, and make choices, when shortcuts do the job twice as quickly. Thanks IE One shortcut for fill primary colour Second shortcut for fill secondary colour 3rd shortcut for open fill window
  2. Ahhhh great. A bit clunky. (ie because it keeps popping back to 100 if you return to the slider) But that works pretty well. Many thanks. Jonathan
  3. @Asha Thank you. Yes I see that now you point it out. However over the years (with photoshop) I have gradually stopped feathering when I first make a selection, using the 'refine' tool after I have created it seems to (maybe it is just me) give more control. PS. you are right too. I only see 100px now I try and do it again...
  4. It would be good to be able to feather a selection to a higher value than than the 200px slider offers. (you seem to be able to manually use a value of 400px) However there are lots of situations when (especially with very high resolution images) 200px is not any where near enough. Best wishes Jonathan Charles (a man who badly wants to ditch adobe photoshop)
  5. Agree this is the sort of thing that makes it much easier for people to switch from Adobe etc. Hope it appears soon. Thanks
  6. Hi Affinity Am concerned you do not understand the full power of Smart Objects, I notice (reading your facebook replies) that you believe they are merely about lossless layer resizing Smart-objects offer hundreds of creative and practical uses as well. I mention some of the reasons below, but note these are just my uses, power-users might have even better uses Photoshop lets you choose between "New smart-object" and "New smart-object via copy. (don't worry if you don't understand the difference yet, this list should still make sense) When you duplicate a smart-object multiple times, you c
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