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Laguna Hiker

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  1. I have recently switched from Photoshop to Affinity Photo, and I'm very pleased so far. There is one item missing, however: support for Topaz Remask. I've used it in Photoshop for several years to select elements in a layer, and I have found that it gives me a cleaner selection much faster than any of Photoshop's built-in tools. The difference really in night and day for me. So, I'd like to ask that you consider adding support for Topaz Remask to AP's plugins feature. Unless, of course, AP has a built-in capability comparable to Remask. If that's the case, please let me know--I haven't been able to find it. Thanks.
  2. I just started working with Affinity Designer today. It's a terrific app, but it has a glaring omission: no arrowheads. It is one of the first features I looked for, and I'm shocked to discover, first of all, that the feature is missing, and second, that users have been requesting this feature for years, and it still hasn't shown up. Come on, guys--you've done a great job with Designer, but this missing feature is like walking down the street with your fly unzipped. It may not be a big deal to you but, as this forum shows, your users notice it!
  3. I've just switched over from Photoshop CC. One of the features I used pretty regularly in Photoshop was its 'context-aware fill'. Basically, given a single image (not a stack), I could select an area in a picture, delete that area, and Photoshop would fill in the background from the area surrounding the one that I deleted. For example, if I have taken a nice picture of a church, but there's a car in its parking lot, I could select the car (and just a small bit of its surrounding area) and delete the car. Photoshop would fill in the background of the parking lot to replace the deleted car. Does Affinity Photo have a similar feature? I thought I saw something similar in the demo video, but I can't find a tutorial or forum post on the subject. Thanks for your help.
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