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    Thank you for sharing the project file. I was able to reproduce the problem, both with your project and by replicating the conditions of the bug from scratch.

    This is a bug which has existed in the Mesh Warp effect for a long time. At this time we do not plan to fix it, because the conditions of the bug are uncommon and easy to work around. But we will leave this bug in “Under Review” state to allow people to continue to vote on it. If this problem is more common that we assume, we can raise the priority and fix this in a future update.

    The problem is a combination of a high-resolution layer and moving the mesh warp points a great distance outside of the bounds of the layer.

    In this case, your layer is greater than 8000×5000 pixels, though scaled down to 10%, and one of…

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    Mika Kuitunen commented  · 

    Hi Tim,

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    Mika Kuitunen commented  · 

    Forgot to add system info:
    Intel i7-6800K
    32GB RAM
    Nvidia GTX1070 running 397.64 drivers
    Windows 10 64bit

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