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  1. Sorry for posting in the wrong forum. I moved this to Bug Reporting, but can't seem to delete the post here as I'm new. Hi, I'm not sure if this is a feature or a bug, but the expected behavior (mine) is that the Display Transform settings would be specific to a document so if I have 2 documents open each using a different display transform (one might be ICC and the other OCIO) and I switch between them the DT settings would respect the document and switch. Additionally I'm noticing that when using the OCIO Display Transform setting if I focus on another app and the back to Photo and I switch between documents, the image will blow out requiring me to switch to another setting (unmanaged or ICC) and then back to OCIO to reset it. I'm running Photo on Windows 10. Thanks!
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