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  1. I have used Photoshop for comic book related coloring for several years. I see great potential in Affinity Photo; however, the look of the channels is currently confusing. I'm used to seeing A "CMYK" channel and then one channel each for C, M, Y, and K. I can then create a copy of the K channel that I overlay onto the image, after I've used it as a guide to color the image. Affinity seems to give me 2 of each color channel, no main channel and no option to superimpose the Black copy. I'm hoping, if I haven't overlooked anything, that this is something that can be redesigned.
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