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Onkytonk

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  1. There are popups that tell you what was undone. So I think I'd be able to know what was just undone. Otherwise, the undo popup could give that information if it has affected a hidden layer. ie: Undo: Paint brush tool (Hidden Layer) Maybe my workflow is different and it's a specific use case, but I constantly have this annoyance. For example, I make changes to layer 1, then turn off layer 2 to see the effects. Then if I want to just undo the last action on layer 1 to see the difference, it turns on layer 2 again. So then I have to undo my change, whilst layer 2 is on, and then turn it off again to see the changes only on layer 1. It just multiples the amount of actions or should take for something relatively simple.
  2. I'm hoping for a way to hit undo without affecting the layer visibility. Often I make changes, and then want to toggle a layer to see what I've done and then realise I've made an error. I want to then correct those changes without turning the layer back on. But if I hit undo, the layer becomes visible again before I can make the changes I wanted.  I hope that made sense. Thank you!
  3. Just wondering if there is a way to hit undo without affecting the layer visibility. Often I make changes, and then want to toggle a layer to see what I've done and then realise I've made an error. I want to then correct those changes without turning the layer back on. But if I hit undo, the layer becomes visible again before I can make the changes I wanted. I hope that made sense.
  4. Signed up to the forum to request this feature. Every other artistic app on the iPad has this feature. Surely this is something serif needs to seriously consider.
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