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Default adjustments in the Adjustment panel should be user-definable


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Many of the adjustments, when accessed via the Adjustment panel, have defaults pre-installed.

In and of itself, that's not a problem, but what is a problem is that these defaults can neither be deleted nor modified, nor replaced (this is the case at least for the Windows version of Affinity Photo).

Users should be able to set their own defaults for adjustments, instead of being obliged to click away from a non-modifiable default.

(see the discussion in the Affinity on Desktop Questions Forum)

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I wholeheartedly agree. I use Gradient Maps, and the default is this garish red-green-blue, which I (nor anyone else) never use.

I support the option that users should be able to set their own defaults for adjustments--and they would be able to RESET them in preferences, if they deleted or replaced a former default. Also, users should also be able to change the positions of the presets, so if I want my B&W gradient map to be first in line (MY default), I should be able to, rather than have the order in which I added the preset. The order is a pain to use.

BTW, I use the Apple version of Affinity Photo.

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