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    Hey all!
    I've been looking for a program to do some graphic design work with that is similar to Adobe Capture Pattern Trap.
    The main things i'm looking for are high resolution files and mirror/reflect/kaleidoscope tools to create interesting patterns for print.

    My computer (Surface Pro 4) is lagging way too much even after optimisation to use AI or Psd effectively, the MirrorMe plugin for AI by Astute Graphics is perfect if only my system would allow it!

    Picsart mirror distort function is also another great example, yet again the resolution of the saved file is just far too small even in png

    Any guidance is very sincerely appreciated!

    ~ Georgia

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