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  1. I have unsuccessfully searched for the easy way to match the color, tone and saturation of two images or selections to, for example, replacing a face. That is to say that PS does from the menu: image: match image. What do you think of the idea. Is there something similar in Affinity? I'm sorry I do not speak English and I use the Google translator. Regards
  2. First of all, thanks Serif/Affinity for an incredible app to our beloved iPads! but, there's room for a few more functions and improvements still... 1. I use the fabulous brushengine to draw on many pictures, and, I wish we would have a better presentation of the brushes with both names and the default brushsize... 2. It would be nice to have opportunity to favorite certain brushes for quicker access... 3. When I draw on pictures I wish to have a quick togglegesture to toggle between draw and eraser... 4. In many other photo manipulation program we got an function called "Match Color". It matches the color to any choosen layer/pictures... Nice when you cloning together several pictures... 5. Can we have the function "Stroke Line"? Nice to could choose dotted lines as well... 6. Fill pattern is also a very common function I miss from Photoshop... Sure, there are workarounds for a few of this... thanks in advance! ps. I'm part of the beta testing group, and see that the developing is going fast forward! Ds.