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  1. Some kind of visual indicator (colored dot) somewhere on the workspace, that lights up, whenever a layer or a smart selection is inverted. I’ve made countless errors, because I wasn’t aware the selection I was on, was inverted. @stokerg comprehends what I am expressing, and understands the benefit. Get to it serif! I created a thread here: In other news, The Verbe released a YouTube video showing the new adobe photoshop for iPad. (Potentially, to be fully revealed at the rumored iPad event being hosted later this month) we shall see. I saw saw some stuff there that reminded me of AP. Serif, get your guns out, we about to go to war with these dudes!
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