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  1. Hi, can somebody tell me how to do the following in Affinity Photo for iPad: On the desktop version I frequently use the freehand selection tool to select part of a raster layer, then I subsequently copy and paste the selected area so part of the image will be on a new layer. I use CTRL + C & CTRL + V for the copying and for creating a new layer in the desktop version. How can I do this in Affinity Photo for iPad? Thank you in advance, not being able to find this feature is driving me nuts.
  2. Hi everyone, just checked the new beta. Wow! But the program crashes when selecting free hand selection tool in pixel personas mode... Best regards, Joerg
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