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  1. I'm curious if anyone else has experienced this and how they've resolved it, but I've been working on a project with PSDs provided by a photographer that include a number of layer effects. I worked on an initial phase of this project in Affinity Photo 1, and now am working in Affinity Photo 2—and I've noted that HSL adjustments with masks, recolour adjustments, etc all seem to experience issues. This is how the image should appear: This is how the PSD opens in AP2: Meanwhile, this is how AP1 opens it: There are some minor issues in the AP1 result, but by and large it's very close to how it's intended to appear in Photoshop. But it seems like AP2 reverses masks and just generally confuses things. I've tried saving the PSD as an afphoto file from AP1, but it looks like same in AP2 as the PSD file.
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