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  1. Currently running: Affinity Photo (Windows - Version 1.6.2) Issue: The "Auto Levels" adjustment when ran through the batch system (via a simple recorded macro, which is just "Auto Levels") doesn't produce the same results as an interactive "Auto Levels" adjustment. I'll try and upload an example later, has anyone else experienced the same issue or am I doing something wrong? Thanks.
  2. Hi, could it be possible to add some button for Leves adjustments eg. "Auto" or "Max" or "Auto-Max" which would move Black and White Level (separately) to the max till there is Zero value on the histogram. It is hard to check from the histogram the Zero values not to loose information. Sometimes it would be very useful ;) Thanks Jindra
  3. Instead of the auto levels being a filter for one time use, I'd like to see this as an adjustment setting within the Levels (along side default, darken and lighten), it would be nice to have it as a starting point to then adjust and tweak like any other adjustment level layer.
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