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  1. There is no direct keyboard shortcut to the in-painting tool; it takes several presses of the J key to get there. Perhaps Serif would make the in-painting tool the default for the J key, if others agree.
  2. Having successfully removed (albeit not being to professional standards) the 2 skips from my photo with the aid of various forum members. I now have another question. Having watched a couple of videos. I have the following situation. 1 video says pick on a common denominator in both photo's to be able to put folk into another picture. I have 2 pictures that are taken of the same house but one very much to the left to see the whole aspect and 1 practically face on. Behind the skips is a wall. The wall is not in the other picture but 'A' wall is, which is the same brickwork. If I pick up the common denominator and try to in paint then I will replace the skips I have worked hard on removing. Can I somehow replicate the good wall from picture 2 and paste it into situ. on picture 1. Any suggestions / ideas please? Thanks again in advance. Vee
  3. Hey guys, congrats again for the awesome launch of Affinity Photo! I had this idea: it would be great if filters and commands (such as Straighten / Rotate while Cropping) had a checkbox enabling an "Inpainting" option to fill in the newly blank pixel areas with Affinity's awesome Inpainting algorithm. While it might not work perfectly every time, it gives a decent starting point for further cloning and clean-up without sacrificing the images original size due to cropping. Thanks for considering this, I think it would be a very handy option. Cheers!
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