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  1. Hi, there is a bug in the export slice tool. It's especially problematic for UI designers. Basically I designed a lot of glyphs, I grouped all of them inside one group, and then I applied FX to the group so I know that all the glyphs have the exact same and consistent look. The problem is that the slice export is ignoring any affect applied to anything over the slice which is not what I would expect. Applying consistent effects by group is a very common task in UI design, and I can't see myself applying FX manually dozens of glyph. And multiply this every time you tweak the FX. You have to go back to all of them one by one, crazy. I hope you can fix this one, I think that everybody will assume like me that you are supposed to export what you see on your screen (like in PS). Thanks
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