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  1. Hi folks, I'm noticing a behaviour which feels completely wrong to me (.afphoto beta file attached): • Create a basic rectangle shape and fill it black • Duplicate this shape, set it as vectorial mask of the first created rectangle, draw a gradient from 0% to 100% opacity black. Your document should preview like this: • Deactivate the mask for a moment and set your layer opacity to 50%, the preview should look like this: • Activate back the mask. Here is the problem to me: I see this a pale preview (0% to 25% opacity) while I should expect a preview from 0% to 50% opacity. Why the mask is double affected by the layer opacity value??? What I see: What I would expect: MaskOpacity.afphoto
  2. Cam

    Layer mask bug

    I came across a masking bug today. When applying a mask to a layer, group, vector or pixel object, then lower the opacity of the layer/group/object, the mask seems to apply a colour burn effect as well as decreases the opacity further on the layer/object. I've attached a video and the Affinity file for reference. Masking Bug.movMasking Bug.afdesign
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