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I have a file with size of 5760*1080. it hase a lost of adjustments, that cover whole area of document. And after rasterizing (flattening) file - adjustments on part of the document are lost completely // See screenshot and a file attached. Expecially third frame before and after rasterization

Really critical... Is there is a size limit after which AP gets unreliable? //

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Even if this is just memory-related issue - though 5000*1000 quite NOT a big size this days - and i have decent comp/memory - its still expected that AP will warn about issues IN ADVANCE, so user would be able to split up the work.

It`s not always clear to see that rasterization just "forget" about part of adjustments stack... finding this after several steps down the pipeline can be disastrous //

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I'm seeing totally different views of that 3rd frame dependent on my zoom level

As we have been told, the best view to check your document is at 100%

When I do that I do not see what I think you want your final document to look like

I am seeing what is shown in your navigator panel in your first screenshot

 

If I am right then I do not think that flattening (or size limits) is the problem and something else is wrong that needs fixing first


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There's a known issue with adjustment layers after groupng them

 


I don't know what exactly you are trying to achieve. But I think you make it way too complicated !!
Why not split your document into different layers of "hands - textures" (see attachment)
As I see it, it's the intention to have the same texture on the left and right with identical adjustments or not?
So why not adjust one of them and duplicate it ?

Just a thought ...
 

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Affinity Photo  1.7.1.404 

Windows 10 Home  1903 (build 18362.175) - 64 bit processor - AMD A4-5000 APU with Radeon HD Graphics  1.50GHz - RAM 8,00 GB
Calibrated Monitor (Datacolor Spyder5 Pro)

 

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i`m aware of rendering issue, that`s why screenshots in low zoom made - there is flickering, etc in case of higher zoom. 

In this case it`s NOT rendering. after rasterization lost adjustments can be seen on any zoom level.they just lost on 1/3 of the document.
Adjustments work before rasterization. And partially lost (not applied) after rasterization.
With big document - such "partial rasterization" can easily go unnoticed... and thats sad :(

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