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  1. when using frequency separation, low frequency with gaussian blur looks not correct. there are some artifacts - colorful stripes. they are not on whole image, only on part. it is the same when just applying filter gaussian blur to layer. live filter don't have this problem
  2. I use AP to 'process' my film scans. When I use the high pass filter I now get artifacts on the file. This has started happening after the latest update (2.04) and does not occur in AP1. I attach a pic to illustrate. I am running Mac OS Ventura on an M1 Mac Mini.
  3. Dear Affinity-Team, first of all: congrats to the new versions of your software-lineup - your work is highly appreciated! My first try of the frequency separation filter with V2 of Affinty Photo on an Apple Macbook Air M1 OS 12.6.1 (hardware acceleration on) has produced a strange result (screenshot attached - left V1 / right V2 - high frequencies shown: looks like a spectogram). This happen with the gaussian variant and values over 5 pixel - 16 or 8 Bit doesn't matter. If hardware acceleration is off, the result is the same as for V1. If additional infos are needed, just let me know. Best regards Michael
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