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  1. Hi Affinity Team, I would like to use master pages to apply some sort of uniform layer adjustment on multiple pages of the document (e.g. recolour adjustment so that all pages have the same colour). So I want to create a master page only containing the layer adjustment layer (e.g. a single recolour adjustment). But when I apply the master to a page, the page content is not modified by the master page. It would be great if the blend mode "pass through" would be available. Thanks, Christian
  2. Shouldn't the Layer(with capital L) flow into the bleed area? This way one can put adjustments on masterpages and have it reflect on the regular pages. see attachment LayerIntoBleed.afpub
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