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13 hours ago, Régal said:

It would be nice if we could delete a single item in a macro when building it...

Also if we could move a layer while making a macro.

I agree, it would be nice if it is realized.:)


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Maybe I'm asking a little to much at a time, but I would like to be able to edit certain steps like in PS. I can duplicate a certain action and replace a couple of steps to achieve a different result. Basically re-record from a certain point within the macro, that would be terrific.

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