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I've watched a bunch of the tutorial videos, but can't seem to find a way to do what I want. Basically, I want to create a set of healing- / cloning-type adjustments on an adjustment layer, to preserve them independently of the pixels from which they were originally derived and to which they were originally applied. I want to do this so that, for example, if I fix facial blemishes on a portrait, or clean up its background, but then decide I want to change the underlying raw conversion (which I do in another program, and export as a 16-bit TIFF), I don't have to start over and redo my facial retouching. Ideally, I could have a 'zit fix adjustment layer', a 'background cloning adjustment layer', and just copy those adjustment layers and drop them on top of a new, differently-raw-converted TIFF. I have to think others want similar capability, and that it probably exists, but I can't figure out how to get at it. Thanks!
Hi, I am a new user and I noticed that Affinity crashes when I am using brushes such as healing brush tool. It may have crashed also when using another brush. It happened several times. I am using a Macbook Air with the latest El Capitan update.