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  1. I have recently shifted from Adobe to Affinity. Most of my work is related to Designer, I use Photo occasionally. I’m very satisfied with it overall. I can do pretty much everything on Affinity which I could do on Adobe. But I have noticed that there are some very basic tools which are missing in Affinity apps. Here, I’m making a list of those tools. My request to Affinity decision makers & developer team is that, please include these tools in Affinity 2.0 as designers are desperately waiting see these in Affinity (Most of them are just related to Designer but some are missing in Photo too): Freeform Gradients Gradient Mesh Tool Vector/Pattern Fill Shape Builder Tool Live Tracing Perspective Distort/Free Transform RTL Languages Support Blend Shapes Inefficient Boolean Operations 3D Text Tool Simplify Curves Live Mesh Warp Filter
  2. I would like to see a way to blend objects together. Illustrator has this feature and it's pretty useful (the blend tool). Sorry for the unfair comparison, I really like what you guys are doing, I'm just trying to help you make a better product. You may have to do some interesting math, I think Illustrator takes the object with the maximum number of points and then maps the same number of points on the outline of the less complex object. Then you can calculate your angles, curves and coordinates.
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