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the gray tiles to the left change color as seen on the right, when "sent to the back". ??? Anyone know why? Driving me nuts. I want the grays to remain the colors you see on the left image. I have 

nothing hidden either.

Thank you.

james

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It would probably help if you showed us your Layer Panel. It could be that an adjustment layer is affecting (or not affecting) you tiles layer depending on position. If you are using a black-and-white adjustment, try nesting it within the tiles layer.

John


Windows 10, Affinity Photo 1.9.2 Designer 1.9.2 and Publisher 1.9.2 (mainly Photo), now ex-Adobe CC

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not sure how to show my layers panel. when I hide, or delete the objects that are above the tiles, it removes the brownish tint that is discoloring the gray in the tiles. I cannot figure out what in the layers is causing this?

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