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  1. For me, nested/clipped adjustments added to (Color) Fill layers don't work, whereas nested/clipped adjustments added to pixel layers do. If I pull the adjustment layer out of the nested/clipped position and place it over the (Color) Fill layer, it works, but affects the whole document below it, which is not desirable. I just don't get it. Either this is something I'm not doing correctly, or I'm missing steps in the process, or it's in AP by design (I hope not), or it's a bug. So what gives here?
  2. I am not sure whether these issues has been reported yet. Issue #01 Strange behaviour of brush with Hue Luminance and Saturation Jitter I have just been experimenting with some new brushes and making use of the Hue Jitter under the Dynamics Tab. Unfortunately it is causing the brush to fail on a certain type of layer The Hue Jitter slider works brilliantly for most brush [pixel layers].... but on a 'New Fill Layer' the brush nozzle displays as an eraser rectangle with a centred bitmap brush image. If you de-activate the Hue Jitter using same brush on new fill layer it works 'normally' by erasing parts of the fill colour. Also get line pixelation as you move the brush around [Wacom] Same effects occur on beta version Steps to reproduce 1. Set up new layers 2. New fill Layer 3. get yourself a texture brush 4. Scribble on new fill layer..should be OK 5. Go to brush settings/dynamics and turn on the Hue Jitter 6. Scribble away I have attached an image showing the issue Issue #02 Graph [popup] in Brush Dynamics When editing dynamics profile you can add a node but cannot delete them [with delete button] as you can on the profile of the stroke (stroke panel) Issue #03 Graph [popup] in Brush Dynamics When you move the left/right nodes the fill under the profile is not fixed to 0.0 so you don't get a full fill area underneath the profile line (minor issue!) :)
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