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  1. In Develop Persona, Overlay: 1. Click on Brush Overlay icon. 2. Set brush size to 307.1, Hardness 50%, Checked Edge Aware. 3. Using the brush made a stroke on the image moving left to right on the area I wanted to affect. Result: Stroke appeared in another part of the image as a vertical stroke. Once I saw this happened I tried again to make a vertical stroke and sure enough the stroke appeared on another part of the image as a horizontal stroke. Did further test and sometimes the stroke does not appear at all. It all depends on where you are in the image as to whether the stroke appears or not. In any case the area actually painted over is no where near the area of your brush stroke. Windows 10 Version 2004 OS Build 19041.450
  2. If I have a normal image in black and white and paint black on it with the brush set to overlay, only the darker areas are affected. Similarly with white, only affecting lighter areas. In PS, this is used in a handy trick for refining masks (yes, I know there is a refine mask command, but . However, in AP, if I set the brush to overlay and paint black on a white area, it still darkens it. Looks like a bug? Digging around, it seems masks are held as alpha rather than mono. Perhaps this is the problem, but the incompatibility remains and may bluff other ex-PSers. Related, it seems a bit of a faff to convert masks back to pixel layers. The above problem (and others) would be eased if this could be sorted. Tx
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