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  1. I want to mention a bug, that persists a long time now. The Live Denoise Filter. The filter has two major problems: First, it resets when you check the "extreme" checkbox and go under 50% - its irritating as hell. Second, my personal favorite, because i have reported it numerous times, the detail slider - it does absolute nothing. I have checked images pixel by pixel, befor and after, and they are identical. The screen maybe "flicker" a little bit when you change the slider - but its only an illusion. I understand that the devs have only x time for y work - but - when someone post in the beta forum i expect that these bugs will be resolved. Not in the next days, maybe not the next weeks, but now its over a year... Iam myself a developer i know the problems that can arise, but when you cant fix it - please remove it. Its not a good solution, expecially for new users. The other thing is Anti Aliasing. When you use uneven zoom levels, OVER 100%!, the anti aliasing is sometimes really bad in comparsion to Photoshop or Affinity Designer. Are other rasterization methods used in Affinity Designer? Because when i import a image in AD -> no problems with anti aliasing. When you view closely the attached images 1:1 you will see what i mean.

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