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OCIO Display Transform disabled when switching opened document

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When working in linear gamma and using 32-bit viewer with OCIO ACES Display Transform - for example sRGB, when I switch to a another opened document and back - the Display Transform is disabled. I get a "log" looking image. The OCIO Display Transform itself is still selected, but the image doesn't correspond.

I have to switch to Unmanaged for example and back and I get the correct display transform back.

But as soon as I switch to a different document, I have the same problem when I come back.

When I have multiple documents opened all using OCIO - none of them can retain the display transform when switching between them.

Is this somehow connected to Photos ability to read the ocio file? 

In my case it is stored on a network storage.

Thank you

Martin

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Hey Martin,

I have reproduced this. I haven't noticed it before as I tend to only work on a single document at a time. I will feed this back to the developers. Thank you.

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