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  1. walt.farrell

    Isolation Mode errors

    I was playing with Luminance Selection (Ctrl + Alt + Click on a layer thumbnail) when I accidentally used an Alt+Click instead, and discovered two problems in Isolation Mode, neither of which occur in Problem 1: Open 2 files. In one document tab, Alt+Click the thumbnail for a layer (even the background layer) to enter isolation mode for it. Switch to the other document tab. Instead of the expected window content, I get the same isolated layer as in the other tab. Problem 2, continuing from problem 1: In the tab from step 3 above, exit isolation mode by clicking in the window. Switch back to the first tab. It is no longer in isolation mode, either. Edit: Also, continuing from problem 1, another aspect of this: File > Open to open a new document. When it displays, it also displays as that isolated layer, until you exit isolation mode.
  2. Create a new document Draw any object Isolate the object by Alt+Click in the Layers Panel Create another new document Result: The shape that was isolated appears on the canvas of the new document. It is only a ghost, not actually present in the layers panel, and vanishes once the user interacts on the canvas. Discovered in AD, doesn't happen in AD