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  1. I always use "Current & below" option for this tool ... every time ... for dozens of photos. I had to close affinity each time I open up Lightroom due to hardware limitations so for some reason affinity resets every tool option to default. So I open affinity again, the in-painting tool defaults back to "Current layer" - as a retoucher this has been a source of headaches for my first year of using affinity. Imagine doing this for more than a dozen photos Is there a way to save this state for this tool? I just tried the new studio presets and it seems to save to the selected tools... but not it's options , hopefully I'm missing something here(?)
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