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Sometimes one or another source gets a wrong alignment or some other distortions after a stack.
Is there a way to either realign one picture source or delete it from the finished stack entirely without remaking the entire stack from start?
I'm aware of the clone brush editing and that is not the question.

Cheers!
/Pac

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If you ungroup the stack, the various layers are exposed. You can then edit individual layers, or even delete them.

John


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Thanks John!
I was trying to do it in the "New Focus Merge" but your answer lead me to "New Stack" and there i found the "Live Stack Group" and the ability to ungroup etc.
It seems to have some more features to play with than if you use the focus merge function.
Cheers!
/Pac

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