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  1. This is in Affinity Photo 1.6.4.104 on Windows 8.1. The file I uploaded shows the grid that showed up when I used the live lighting filter, added some texture (within the live lighting panel), and then went to the Effects palette and added a Gradient Overlay and changed its blend mode. To duplicate it, just open any image, add a live lighting filter with texture (- or +). Then go to the Effects palette, Gradient Overlay, set the opacity to 50% or so, and start changing blend mode. Once you see the grid, you can go back to the live lighting filter, set the texture to 0, and the grid will disappear. In this example the grid lines are kind of faint; that's because it's a low-quality jpg. When working in AP, the lines are distinct and sharp.
  2. Affinity Photo ver 1.5.2.69 on a PC. I'm using a Live Lighting Filter with a Bump Map. Set the Opacity slider within the filter to any non-zero value and close the filter. Re-open the filter to edit, and the Opacity is now set to zero. All other sliders retain the values I used when closing the filter, except for Opacity.
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