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  1. Changing a gradient type when using the Fill Tool adds huge amounts of the same entry, "Set fill type", to be added to the History panel. This is to the point that it will push everything else away, leaving only these repeated entries in the History panel, essentially denying you any way to undo your work. Steps to reproduce: Create or select an object With the Fill Tool drag across the object to create a simple gradient On the context bar at the bottom, scroll to another fill type, like conical Watch as the History panel get absolutely overwhelmed with the same e
  2. A really cool feature for Affinity Photo (APh) would be to save the history as a macro
  3. Using the history panel can be quite dangerous. If you select a step in your history and click in your document, all your future steps are lost (because you made a new selection, starting from the step you selected in the history). There is no way of getting them back as any undo action will start from the step you selected going backwards. I think the history panel should have it's own undo function. Moreover, but this may be regarded as a feature request: what I felt I should be able to do, is to remove a step, for instance the deletion of an object that I want to get back.
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