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No I thought primarily at Affinity Photo (I have the windows beta). And there is only a rudimentary function to choose red, green and blue shades without the possibility to choose colors by choice respectively to exclude them (with a pipette).

 

I know about the compatibility of Affinity Photo and Designer, but I already had several crashes when I moved a file back and forth. Of course I know that Affinity Photo still has beta status.

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I second this request. Select Sampled Color just isn't good enough. I need to be able to select a band of colors on the hue spectrum, not just a single color. Photoshop has this capability, and the HSL slider in Photoshop even allows the HSL shift to be applied to just a subset of the hue spectrum. It's a huge time saver!

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