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[By Design] Huge Rasterize bug

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Hi,

I Attached an Affinity file here. The layer FOOTER/Payment/1,2,3,4 are rasterized. If you try moving them or removing them it won't work. If you rasterize anything in this file, you won't be able to do anything with it, except for removing the parent layer. If there is no parent layer, the only thing you can do is turn it invisible, because you can't get rid of them. I am using Affinity Beta 1.6.5.123

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I have no problem either moving those layers (on the document by using the Move tool, or within the Layers panel by dragging) nor removing them.

Using Affinity Designer 1.6.5.123.


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Hi Chris,

You've got a 31x1 pixel selection on your document that is nowhere near your objects. If you go to Select > Deselect it will deselect this selection and allow you to select your objects again.

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