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When I do a stack of images (usually in Tif format), the final image has a lot of white dots. Although  they disappear when flattening the document, they are very uncomfortable in the preview, to decide whether to use media, median, medium interval. ..
I do not know if someone else has reported this problem, and if it has any cause and solution that escapes me ...
Thank you!

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Thank you for the files. Unfortunately I've been unable to reproduce the issue here! :(

Could you try and do a stack using 5 or so of the numbered TIFs (do not use the hdr file) - I'm wondering if this only happens when your stack is 32-bit. Do you get this happening if you set the Renderer in Preferences to WARP?

What hardware are you using?

Thanks!

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Aha!

I changed the Renderer to WARP and the problem has disappeared!

By hardware do you mean the graphics card? It's a NVIDIA Geforce GTX 645 (the renderer was previously set by defect to it).

Thank you very much!

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It definitely sounds like a problem being caused by your graphics card. The downside to using WARP is that everything will render much slower as it is a software renderer. Have you tried updating your NVidia drivers? Hopefully an update might sort it out :)

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