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  1. I know, that was what I asked for but the answer was for another topic maybe.
  2. Where is the option to stack the images that are already opened?
  3. Nothing yet! This would be a nice addition.
  4. An option to stack opened images is really useful for landscape photographers who blend exposures. A nice addition to this option is to select witch images to stack and close the images after stacking them.
  5. Please add macro shortcuts to the list!
  6. This is the most annoying thing in Photo and maybe this is really easy to fix. Save the last state of a tool, please, it's really annoying that tools like Healing Brush, Inpainting Brush, Patch change to the default source (current layer) when you change between documents. I use these tools a lot and every time I have to make this change because the edits are made on a new nondestructive layer. This is valid for other settings and tools.
  7. I can't understand why they implemented macros without shortcuts and why it's taking so long to add them!
  8. Presets are available in many tools but Blend Options also needs a way to save presets because here sometimes we create complex curves. I wold also make a dropdown list with all the presets to be available in the tool window or replace that button with a dropdown that has an option to save a preset. I would integrate this dropdown style to presets in all the tools (black and white, gradient map, curves.........)
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