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Minor bug in Quick Mask / Brush Preview

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Hi,

probably I discovered a minor bug. If you toggle the Quick Mask via keyboard shortcut (Q) while the (nice) brush preview is visible, it get's converted as if you had really painted on the layer. Works both ways.

 

However, if you toggle back, it's luckily gone. So no big deal, but most likely a bug nonetheless  ;)

I guess people using the toolbar will never notice this, as then there is no previewed brush stroke visible.

 

Thanks and best regards,

Henning

 

P.S.:Really great software, by the way. Hope you'll manage to squash all the bugs and keep improving it. I already like it better than PS  :)

 

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Hi Henning,

 

Apologies for the delay in getting back to you! 

 

This issue is already logged in our system so should hopefully get fixed for a future release.

 

Thanks for making sure it got reported and for the kind words, we still have quite a bit to go and bugs to squash as you say, but be sure to let us know of anything you else you find! :)

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