ART 126.96.36.199, Windows 11
It’s me again… If this behavior is intentional, just tell me to go away. But it doesn’t seem logical to me it would be… If it’s a bug I’ll be glad to figure out how to file it.
When the clipped highlight indication is enabled, it will mark masks themselves as clipping, even when there’s no clipping in the image. For example (and I can attach the raw if desired)…
No masks visible, clipping highlight indication enabled, no clipping:
Parametric mask (clipping in the water grass at left):
DeltaE mask (clipping everywhere, e.g., the foreground leaves are completely masked):
This caught me off-guard when I was trying to apply a brush mask. I had the clipping indicator on, but had forgotten. Each time I would enable mask display, the preview would go grey.
Is this a bug or by design? Since a mask isn’t image data, how can it inherently clip?