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  1. TEcHNOpls

    Merge Visible is slow

    I will try to make some more formal measurements to show what I mean.
  2. If you use before/after split view in Liquify persona it will show "high pass/low pass".
  3. As per title, reveal checkmark does nothing in Crop Tool.
  4. It's much slower than export, which by definition needs to do the same operation. (I know it's a simplification, but it should not take ~3x time of export, esp that I usually export with more layers enabled).
  5. TEcHNOpls

    Freq Sep issue

    This seems to affect many operations, like Gaussian Blur for example. Also, general notice it's harder to get redraw issues as transparent image (still happening thou), but I managed to get at least one situation when redrawing stopped working at all.
  6. TEcHNOpls

    Freq Sep issue

    1. Create a layer 2. Try running Frequency Separation 3. Notice you need to change some settings to see a preview of high/low freq. It's not showing up by default.
  7. TEcHNOpls

    Strange halo when exporting

    Work around: move your high pass layer outside of groups.
  8. Looks fixed in latest beta.
  9. TEcHNOpls

    3D Lut layer issue

    Still not fixed in latest beta.
  10. TEcHNOpls

    Strange halo when exporting

    Still not fixed in latest beta.
  11. Still not fixed in latest beta.
  12. TEcHNOpls

    Rasterize issue

    Seems to be fixed in latest beta. BUT, you can update the history to show which command was used, right now it's always "rasterize".
  13. TEcHNOpls

    Rasterize issue

    Actually, for me it makes more sense at is now. Rasterize should save whole layer info, rasterize&trim should leave only visible portion of the layer. The only issue I have that rasterized layer should stay put in place.
  14. TEcHNOpls

    Rasterize issue

    Hi, when rasterizing a layer I need to Rasterize and Trim, otherwise the rasterized layer is moved (this messes the layers above it for example). 1. Here you can see two layers, each of these is insiaa a rectangle object. 2. After rasterizing the left layer, you can see it's moved. 3. And this is how it looks after rasterize and trim operation. 4. The highlighted layer is the one I rasterize
  15. TEcHNOpls

    Something wierd with autosave

    Thanks, I'll try that.