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  1. I've recently discovered the asset section of affinity designer and i'm using it for creating pages and frames. Into these frames I want to add photo's and i've used a published folder from lightroom as the source of my image files. Sometimes these images require further work and republishing e.g lets say a colour photo would work better as a black & white. Would it be possible for affinity designer to recognise the change to the media file and update the artboards in the project automatically? kind of hoped place would work but that seems to just create a project copy at a large scale. being able to update project assets by including them as linked external files could be quite handy
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