Lighttable image quality reduced or broken after editing
When performing any operation in the darkroom, the image will appear blurred in the lighttable. It should be displayed with higher quality. This is always the case.
Also sometimes the image will look completely broken. This is hard to reproduce, however.
#3 Updated by X X over 2 years ago
I managed to reproduce both problems. Using this image from Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/84935187@N04/15045568809/in/photolist-oVwtqM-mEdwnr-8bD3aP-daZDe1-dCyCfG-eka91Z-s5MmvT-cXd7tY-mEf7GW-bLvuQc-8xyYT7-n57scZ-cXd8hw-8bD3pi-7N9JBB-8SddgH-2333CK-4YSusq-mEfevq-sbXuze-54NkiM-6jAVBk-75G6Gk-6b3NWj-J7pQk-nV1ht5-mYNSKT-8jRVas-3aNQh-e9mqmf-6quwRv-bX8God-asDpCJ-adf4Xi-fQ6Jy7-a9qxHL-eFG2jC-cUWM8u-eeKJmz-nfdCac-n92Rfk-6QaE2a-dJhpCk-phuaQb-4jKd5-rLFqTV-faqcPK-e6hcwJ-5ZuHUH-pdsimm
Darkroom View - initially the image looks identical in the lighttable:
Blurred after activating the "shadows and hightlights" module (you can take any module, it's always blurred). Compare the fine hair on the leaf:
Completely broken after cropping and rotating by 1°: