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Rasterizing Image layers blurs them

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There's still this bug that blurs Image layers when I rasterize them. This happens only if I have an Unsharp Mask layer in the layers panel.

Please check the attached screenshots. Notice how the Image layer's dimensions and coordinates change when I rasterize it. This doesn't happen if I delete the Unsharp Mask layer before rasterizing. I'm using Photo version 1.8.4.693.

affinity_photo_before_rasterize.jpg

affinity_photo_after_rasterize.jpg


Affinity Photo 1.9.0.932 for Windows  OS: Windows 10 x64 2004  CPU: AMD Threadripper 3970x  RAM: 64 GB 3800 Mhz  GPU: MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X 24GB + studio driver 460.89  NVMe SSD Samsung 960 Pro 512 GB  Monitor: Eizo ColorEdge CS2420 24"

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FWIW I can replicate that, however Rasterise & Trim doesn't cause the Transform shift

Even weirder, if you place the Unsharp mask below the image then the shift doubles!


Microsoft Windows 10 Home, Intel i7-9750H CPU @ 2.60GHz, 16 GB RAM, 500GB SSD, 1TB Whirlygig, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060
Affinity Photo - 24/05/20, Affinity Publisher - 06/12/20, KTM Superduke - 27/09/10

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Hi,

Any progress on this issue? The bug is still present in the newest version 1.9. It's been present in Affinity Photo for almost 2 years now.


Affinity Photo 1.9.0.932 for Windows  OS: Windows 10 x64 2004  CPU: AMD Threadripper 3970x  RAM: 64 GB 3800 Mhz  GPU: MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X 24GB + studio driver 460.89  NVMe SSD Samsung 960 Pro 512 GB  Monitor: Eizo ColorEdge CS2420 24"

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I found some dependency.
This happens if the canvas size equal to the image size.
If the canvas is larger than the image by ≈100 pixels, or more, no blurring occurs.

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