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I found a breaking bug in the live perspective filter. If you clip an image that has a live perspective filter associated to a vector object, the image and perspective don't move together as a single object. To verify whether this is a V1 or V2 bug, I backtracked to Photo V1 to capture this demo (it applies to both versions of the software) 2022-12-08 15-16-14.mp4 Steps to reproduce: Add an image to the canvas (in this case it fills the entire canvas) Create a vector object as clipping frame. Apply a live perspective filter to the image to 'warp' it to the vector object from step 2. Put the image together with the perspective filter inside the vector object. Move the vector object around Notice how the image no longer corresponds to the vector frame. For reference, if I move the image with the live perspective filter attached around, it works as expected. If I change the 'Lock Children' setting, you see that the non-locked behaviour is not what is expected. 2022-12-08 15-17-12.mp4 Workaround Also note that if I put the vector object and the image in a group, the problem is solved. This is how it should behave when clipped as well (this time in V2): 2022-12-08 15-17-12.mp4
Hi, not sure if this is a bug or if I am doing something wrong, but I was recently playing around with a mockup for a UI design and noticed some weird behaviour in a live filter layer. File included, I wanted blur effect on the top bar of my design, so I created a live gaussian blur layer and clipped it to a rectangle. The blur seems to apply as expected in that area, but it looks like some parts of the layers underneath blur as well on the out-of-clipping-mask area (you can see the shadows and background of each card item getting blurred out despite being out of the clipping mask area). I assume this is a bug? UI design bug.afphoto