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  1. Selection is something crucial in design software and should be intuitive and easy but at the moment it is very difficult to perform certain tasks when a project becomes complex. Example: I have an object which contains multiple objects inside of it, maybe houndreds, thousands and I have no way to find where they are located in the layers panel. On the canvas I can clearly see where they are and the simplest way to select them would be via a rectangle or lazzo selection, but "Hey, they're located inside of an object, so I can't, unless clicking on them one by one, but again, they're
  2. Affinity Photo Beta: I wanted to remove a sign post and man walking. I placed a rectangle around the sign post, no problem. I located the Inpainting brush and painted over the selection. The Inpainting began working but left a ghost of the sign. I repeated the Inpainting but first checked that Opacity was at 100%. The Inpainting began working but left a ghost again. I tried a third time but now the Inpainting copied an area adjacent to the sign and placed it in the rectangle. I tried again with a different photo and got the same result. I changed the technique by using the Selection Brush too
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