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  1. How to disable the feature of "RETURN to PREVIOUS TOOL" when same key is being pressed twice? My friends and I are planning to purchase the software soon enough if this option is available. Thanks! Similar topic from months ago, https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/68373-toggle-off-return-to-previous-tool/
  2. When using AD in Pixel Persona with Wacom tablet (an old Grapphire 3), the Erase brush tool dismisses each time the tablet pen loses and and get again the recognition signal from the tablet pad. In that case, Erase brush becomes no longer active. Instead previous tool is selected (be it either Marquee or Paint Brush). In other words, when erasing a pixel image continously, everything is OK, but when you lift the tablet pen too high over the pad and then lower it again, previous tool gets activated.
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