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Eventually.  We are adding more PSD import features as we get the time.

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Great, +1 for SmartObjects / SmartFilters!


For me, SmartObjects is one of the best features in the last years of PS. Nearly every bigger PSD file of mine use SmartObjects.


And it's seems a good idea to me, to warn the user, if he will save a PSD with flattened SmartObjects inside Affinity Photo.

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I don't have a single document that doesn't use smart objects. It's the best way to manage multiple deliverables that all use the same resources... and when a client makes a change to one element it propagates to all documents. Also ensures the layouts are much smaller, especially when you keep all your revisions for archiving.

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