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  1. @Callum, sorry for the delay. Attached is a sample file demonstrating the problem - the mask is affecting the underlying background instead of the group of adjustments. Sample.zip
  2. Hello! I'm new to Affinity Photo and am surprised with the following: If I group two adjustment layers and associate a mask layer with that group, it seems that the mask layer will be affecting the underlying pixel layer rather than the group of adjustment layers. See A.png. It works as I expected if I associate the mask layer only with one adjustment layer. See B.png. I'd like to have a mask layer affecting the group of adjustment layers. What am I doing wrong? Thanks!
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