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  1. https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/6374-crop-tool-additional-history-step: link no longer working, but topic not solved: When I crop a picture and then want to change the cropped area I click cmd+z. What I'd expect to happen: See the picture in the size like before the crop, but still show me the crop lines, so I can just drag the rectangle around or adjust its size. What happens: I get to see the picture like before the crop, but lose the lines, the ratio, the setting "overlay none". Background: I use my photos for postcards, the ratio is 148:105. I only see if a crop looks "right" after I cropped - I then often want to adjust it just a little bit - but have to start over again.
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