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  1. Please make the opportunity to see in what "condition" is my Paint Mixer Brush. For example like in "Paint Brush" tool we can see the color. It would be great to see is my Paint Mixer Brush clear, loaded with "clear" color or maybe it is dirty.
  2. Hi, I'm running Affinity Photo, version 1.5.2.69. Like many other retouchers I perform my workflow mainly with the feature "frequency separation" (btw: nice job you've done). To make the gradient of the colors (skin, hairs) a bit smoother I use the "Paint Mixer Brush". Most important issue I miss is the "auto-clean"-Button of the brush. Another suggestion is the automatic creation of "edit"-layers (base layers are protected) to have a fast comparsion (before/after) - see attached picture (1). In PS I created an action to create this edit-layers, but I'm not able to do this with an AP-macro ("cannot record move" - see pic 2). It would be nice, if you can implement this in a later version. Thanks Stefan
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