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Hi,

I have a file that has an issue, that I cannot reproduce by itself, so it's somthing in the comaibnation of layers probably.

In that file:

1. Create a new later above an active one

2. Select both, and group them.

3. AP gets constant lag (~1-2s) and r-click opens the context menu in the upper left corner of of the window.

 

I can send you the file for private investigation.

 


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Update:

Sometimes, opening or closing groups can also give the same results.


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Currently I'm running only latest beta, since I don't want to spend too much time synchronizing my macros and stuff.
The file is uploading, should be by morning. You can play around with it, but it seems mostly related to groups (add/remove/expand/move in-out).


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I got the lag by adding a pixel layer and grouping it with an existing group that just had two adjustments in another pixel layer in it. It's quite significant so I'll pass it to the developers. Thanks! 

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10 hours ago, Chris B said:

I got the lag by adding a pixel layer and grouping it with an existing group that just had two adjustments in another pixel layer in it. It's quite significant so I'll pass it to the developers. Thanks! 

Glad to hear you could find it, hope this file helps.


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