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  1. I'm on the ten day trial of Photo, really hoping I can move over from PShop but am experiencing frustration with simple things. After making a selection, Command-D deselects (as it does in PShop). But the Delete key, which should delete the content of the selection, also deselects. If I choose the 'delete' command under the Layer menu it does what I want and deletes what is inside the selection. But that command also shows the Backspace/Delete key as a keyboard shortcut which does not work. As stated above, it merely deselects. I tried changing the keyboard shortcut for that tool, but same result. Only selecting 'delete' with the mouse eliminates what's in the selection. Keyboard shortcuts must work for me to purchase the program. Can you explain this issue? And is there any kind of post explaining basic differences in Affinity vs. PShop?

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