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  1. Looking good so far! One glitch which actually I think it's been there in the past few releases: if I zoom in on an object, say a line, and then I zoom out to move it, the position of the handles on the screen is off. If I switch to the pan zoom for a moment and then back to the move tool again, the handles are back in place properly aligned with the object.
  2. In your first post you have a group with two adjustments and then a pixel with two adjustments, and that's why both R-C-R and I are saying that the reason why you can't get the same result is because your setup is different in the examples you posted. In other words, you can have the same stack of adjustment layers but if you add something different to one of your setups, the result will obviously change. There's no way around it, for any raster editing software in the world. It's a mathematical result. That's how is supposed to work (luckily for us, so we can create workflows).
  3. Thanks for the info, Chris.
  4. @TEcHNOpls it seems Farins can't attach the file for NDA reasons. @Farins Could you create a new file for demonstrations only and see if the issue persists? In that case, could you post it here?
  5. Comparing the image from your latest post with the one from your first post, I infer that in the example C you are grouping a duplicate of the pixel layer whereas in the example D you don't have any duplicate but only a pixel and the adjustments. Therefore, it makes sense that the two results are different because you are adding to the math one extra element, in this case, the duplicated layer.
  6. I have a hard time understanding what the OP is trying to do Is it the idea to do some adjustments on a layer, then group the result with the original layer and use the whole group as another big chunk of adjustments over a copy of the original layer?
  7. Take a look at the GIF below and notice the difference. The Curve Adjustment Layer has not been tweaked yet, it's in its default values and notice how it reacts when dragged to the Pixel image vs the Placed image. In order to get the same behavior, I can't group the adjustment with the Placed image. I don't see why it should affect the placed image even when the Curve has not been adjusted yet. Please, notice that in order to notice this weird issue, the layer needs to be on a different blending mode than normal.
  8. I posted this a while back in response to a similar question. Hope this will helps:
  9. Exactly my thoughts. It basically happens with any adjustment layers, hsl, selective color and so on. What I forgot to mention in my initial post (but of course @Sima already figured this out) is that in order to see this bizarre effect, the layer needs to be on a mode different from normal.
  10. I wasn't sure whether this is a bug or a normal situation, hence I posted here rather than in the Bugs section. Take a look at the GIF below and notice the difference. The Curve Adjustment Layer has not been tweaked yet, it's in its default values and notice how it reacts when dragged to the Pixel image vs the Placed image. In order to get the same behavior, I can't group the adjustment with the Placed image. Is this how it is supposed to work? Because I don't see why it should affect the placed image even when the Curve has not been adjusted yet.
  11. What's wrong with the official help?
  12. The build seems very stable so far. Oddly, the RAF files from my X-T10 now are slow to load again. Anyway, keep up the good work!
  13. These are great! So generous, thanks for sharing!
  14. Thank you, testing!