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Bug Comand "New Pattern layer from Selection" in a macro

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The "New pattern layer from selection" command in a macro always inserts the pattern marked during recording 
and not the selected one from the current document. 
In the Marco, the command is also not differentiated from "New pattern layer". 
A paste from the current selection in the current document is expected.
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This is by design. During macro recording, all filters and adjustments "bake in" the used image / pixel content (where applicable, e.g. lighting, diffuse, etc). In contrast to numeric or slider info, there is no ways to replaces recorded content. There are feature requests covering this topic, feel free to add your voice there


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