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[By Design] Crop followed by Perspective - buggy sequence

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See attached pics:

  1. Original image before crop
  2. Cropped image ...so far so good, normal behavior
  3. Perspective command active - please note the grid - its size exceeds the size of the cropped image, thus causing results of the perspective command to stretch out of the canvas
  4. Image closed and reopened, Perspective command active - please note the grid, now it has proper dimensions of the canvas, so perspective command would work properly

It seems the original size before srop is used by the perspective tool instead of the current image size.

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After step 2 you need to rasterise the layer

Layer > Rasterise


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