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  1. Hey everyone, unfortunately, the menu item Select → Deselect Layers does in fact not deselect Layers inherited from Designer (and probably Publisher, haven't tested) documents. (E.g. opened a logo constructed in Designer for further post-processing-effects via File → Edit in Photo). Attached is a short demo, recorded with Photo V2.1.0. Cheers Dennis Deselect_Layers_Bug.mp4
  2. I'm trying my hardest to deselect a layer, to not have anything selected when inserting a stock photo or making any sort of new curve/text/whatever. After clicking outside the canvas and hitting escape repeatedly, the last used layer still has a dark blue highlight. How does one fully deselect, so any new element comes in on the "root level", not under that last used layer? (Designer by the way)
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