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Crash when manipulating Luminosity range mask


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Platform: MacOS 12.6, Apple M1 Max processor, 32 GB memory.

To reproduce:

Open an image (stock image is fine).
Add live adjustment layer - exposure.
Add live mask layer (Luminosity).

All works fine to this point, changing mask and exposure.

Now, try sliding mask layer down (click, drag downwards, blue line appears between exposure and base levels).

Result - crash. Reproducible. Every time.


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Seems it only works correctly on pixel layers. 
rasterize image layers before using live masks.

Mac mini M1 A2348

LG34WK950U-W, calibrated to DCI-P3 with LG Calibration Studio / Spider 5

iPad Air Gen 5 (2022) A2589

Special interest into procedural texture filter, edit alpha channel, RGB/16 and RGB/32 color formats, stacking, finding root causes for misbehaving files, finding creative solutions for unsolvable tasks, finding bugs in Apps.


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I also experienced this crash on Windows 11, Intel i7, 16 GB RAM, Affinity Photo 2.

Luminosity mask works on a pixel layer but crashes otherwise. Would be nice if Affinity caught the error rather than crashing.

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