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  1. Dear Affinity Team, Firstly your app is amazing. I love it. There is only one small complaint. I am a 3d Artist and designer and I use this app to create Diffuse, Alpha, Specular maps for my 3d models. However, adding a feature to create a Normal from Diffuse map will be much help. Is it possible to add the feature that creates Normal maps from the Diffuse maps in Affinity Photo Desktop Please? It will be a very useful feature that creates a more competitive app and encourages more 3D artist and designers to use your app. I know that there are stand-alone apps that just creates the Normal map and Photoshop CC has this feature included. Thank you, Ali
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