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Hello, I have problem with merge visible layers as well as export picture. There are some ugly artefacts on the merged. In my case, it is caused by live filter Clarity. If I use destructive filter Clarity instead of live filter with the same value, the artefacts does not appear.

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Hey libor,

I can see a difference between merging/exporting without the Clarity filter however, this is likely because when you use a live filter layer and export/merge the pixels become baked into the image and can slightly change. 

I'm not sure if I'd call what I'm seeing 'artefacts' though - would you mind screen shotting what you see so I can compare? Remember to view at 100% too when using live filters.

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