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See the sample file :
Import a bitmap

Draw a shape and put it behind the bitmap

A= pply a filter to the bitmap with a Composite "In" connected to Background i= mage

Group bitmap and shape

Add a new shape behind this group= (separated from the group).

At first time you see the filter applie= d to the group only. But if you refresh the screen (moving anything or pann= ing) then the filter applies also to the last shape drawn behind the group.= However if you make a bitmap copy or if you export to bitmap the shape beh= ind isn't shown.

(n.b. I added an outer shadow inside the filter in = order to enhance the weirdiness.)


To my sense the shape added af= ter grouping should not inherit the filter effect. But I don't know how it = is specified in SVG

ivan
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