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  1. Hello all, if you want to learn how to create an isometric cylinder, then check out my tutorial
  2. I am sure we could all go on listing “filters I would like to see” and never reach the end. It’s so personal. So I am going to be very simple and suggest a simple modification to an existing one. Cylindrical Distortion is one simple filter I really miss. And there really is no substitute for this in AP. Since this is (I think) simply a one axis spherical distortion could this not be included in the Spherical distort with a simple one axis/two axis checkbox? Far better still would be separate pairs of X and Y sliders for Intensity and Radius enabling any variation of spherical, elliptical or cylindrical. You could have a Lock/Unlock for using the axes separately or together.
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