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Document resize - Undo - Save leaves rectangular artifacts on some masks

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Document resize - Undo - Save leaves rectangular artifacts on upper left corner of some masks. I'm attaching a corrupted document (mask of the exposure adjustment layer is corrupted). You can follow these steps to reproduce:

  • Open an afphoto document with a mask under an adjustment layer.
  • Enlarge the image size using "document resize" (2x, 3x...etc) (either from menu or from export dialog).
  • Undo (no need undo if resized from export dialog).
  • Quicksave Ctrl+S.
  • Exit Affinity.
  • Relaunch the document.
  • Rectangular artifacts proportional to resize (in 1/2x, 1/x size) will emerge on the upper left corner.
  • The corruption is permenant. Mask needs to be redone to be fixed.

DSCN3334.afphoto

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Hi Guney Ozsan,

Thank you for the steps! I've reproduced that here on a much simplified new document. In fact I didn't even need to quit out the app and reopen it. It was noticeable as soon as I resized the document. What I did notice is that if you do undo/redo a few times it will go in a cycle of being wrong, being right, and then back to being wrong!

I'll get it passed on to development.

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