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  1. Hello team. I'll tell you: When I activate the live "perspective" filter on a pixel layer, the view is corrupted and shows the error shown in the attached video. The error does not happen with vector layers. I'm using: MacBook Pro M1 Pro Max, 32 Gb RAM, 1tb SSD Affinity Designer V2 2.2.1 with Metal acceleration enabled (the problem persists even if it is disabled) I hope you can solve this little detail that I just discovered. Grabación de pantalla 2023-11-15 a la(s) 9.58.49 p. m..mov
  2. 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
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