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  1. Why does any new light I add take on the same attributes as the previous one placed? And if I change one they all change. This has to be a bug.
  2. I want to be able to take a photo of a building, put it into the software, make a night time scene and add LED lighting effects to provide a visualisation of a lighting design of the photo. How do I do this?
  3. Can you please add alpha channels to lighting effects. This would be a killer enhancement.
  4. How to remove earlier applied Lighting effect? I can only edit effect, I can add new light sources, but I can't find in any way the button which will allow to remove effect completely. How to make it? Thanks
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