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Selection brush tool adds artifacts on new layer

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I just discovered a pretty serious issue with the selection tool in 1.5.1.

 

After refining the edge for masking, the program now adds defects (for the lack of a better term) to the new layer.  To replicate this:

 

1. Use the selection brush tool to select the object to cut out

2. Refine edge

3. Set border, smoothing, feather and ramp to 0

4. Refine the edges as normal

5. Select New Layer with Mask and click OK

 

Hide the mask and you'll see the issue.  It also blurs the edges even though there's no smoothing or feathering specified.

All of this isn't shown in the overlays at all in the Refine Mask preview.

 

Update:  It looks like the issue only occurs with the New Layer with Mask option.  If I select the output as a selection and manually create a mask using that selection on the original layer, the issue doesn't occur.

 

Please see following screenshots.

 

Normal layer (no selection or masking yet)

post-15154-0-64846000-1481613671_thumb.png

 

New layer with masking (note blurred edges)

post-15154-0-86693700-1481613651_thumb.png

 

New layer with mask hidden

post-15154-0-75529700-1481613646_thumb.png

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