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Have dragged the vignette filter to below the background layer. Now point 4 asks me to bring it to the top of the stack again.
however, the vignette cannot be moved by itself. It is now glued to the background! They move together. What has happened?

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Hi hhauten :)

It sounds as though you have nested the vignette layer within the background layer, rather than moved it below. If you drag the vignette layer away from the background layer, you can revert it back to a singular layer, rather than being nested.

Please see the short video below showing this:

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