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Live Displacement Layer bug on move

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Hi,

 

when moving a layer with a live displacement map, the displacement pixels are left behind.

See the attached image as an example, you can see the "ghost" of the displacement map.

This is constructed using the tutorial here, look at around 5m40s where the layer is moved and seems to work ok on a Mac.

 

 

displace.jpg


Regards,

Steve Vink

Serif customer since 1994

Affinity Photo, Photoplus, DrawPlus, PagePlus, MoviePlus, WebPlus, PanoramaPlus, 3DPlus, CraftArtist

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Hi Steve,

Thanks for letting us know. I can reproduce this. I'll get it passed onto development. In the meantime if you click 'Load Map from Layers Beneath' it will correct the error (until you move it again).

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Thanks for the update

I'm using the workaround which is easy to implement.


Regards,

Steve Vink

Serif customer since 1994

Affinity Photo, Photoplus, DrawPlus, PagePlus, MoviePlus, WebPlus, PanoramaPlus, 3DPlus, CraftArtist

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