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  1. Patrick - Yes, Affinity Photo - I should have mentioned. DesignMeister - Combined, the two plugins detect every shape indicated in 2-bit line art (a black and white comic page, for instance), assign a unique color to each (for easy aliased fills and selection), and create a new layer beneath the line art on which the shapes all meet with each other. This flatting process greatly improves the quality of offset printing and saves loads of time. I know plenty of people in the comics industry would love to move away from Photoshop, and support for these plugins would make it way easier.
  2. I'd love to see support for Peltmade's Flatten Pro and Multifill Plugins. Those two would go a long way toward making this a go-to program for comic book and illustration work. Thanks!