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Hello Team, 

Want to know if the add of Luminosity mask (Live) is planned for AfPhoto ? actually in beta cycle.
Yes Luminosity masks will make life even better and easier for a lot of people, i've learned to use it and it makes a lot of things possible.
I know people have said it is possible to mimic it but i'm actually asking about a native one and if it is planned to be implemented.

Blessings !


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BTW »Command - Shift - left click« dosen’t work anymore to create a luminosity mask.

Kind regards.


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14 minutes ago, >|< said:

Selection based on luminosity was changed to opt-cmd-click a few betas back. Shift-cmd-click now adds, based on opacity, to the current selection. And shift-opt-cmd-click adds, based on luminosity, to the current selection.

 

Thank you so much !
i think it should be improved and made easier to do as per new comers and beginner designers.

until then, Thank you so much !


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I still think the Qualifiers panel in Resolve is a great model of how to build up a selection.  A selection tool with an interface similar to that would be a nice addition to Affinity Photo.

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12 hours ago, >|< said:

Selection based on luminosity was changed to opt-cmd-click a few betas back. Shift-cmd-click now adds, based on opacity, to the current selection. And shift-opt-cmd-click adds, based on luminosity, to the current selection.

 

Thank you very much! I guess I missed something.

:)


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