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  1. I find the difference between tonal range settings (highlights, midtones, shadows) is not very different when using the Burn, Dodge and Saturation tools. Can these tools be improved so that there's more differentiation between highlights, midtowns and shadows when using these tools? Although my next question may fit better with a features request, I'd like to keep it in context because they're related; It'll be nice to be able to adjust how much one tonal range setting impinges onto the next - like a tolerance setting. This would give remarkable control over burning and dodging.
  2. Hi! Is anyone know where can I find burning tool in Affinity windows version? On mac there is no any problems, but I'm afraid that win version has no this tool. Someone help please. Regards! Marek
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