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What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. Open an image in Aseprite.
2. View, split horizontally
3. Copy an image from somewhere into the copy buffer.
4. Ctrl+N, okay.
6. Select Marquee Tool.
7. Click and drag on the image you opened (as opposed to the one you pasted in) to make a selection.
8. Ctrl+Z What is the expected output? What do you see instead? I expect the selection I made to be undone. Instead, a piece of my image as large as the "pasted image" is corrupted on my "opened image". Attached is a gif of repro steps. What version of the product are you using? On what operating system? Aseprite-1.0.2 on Windows Vista 32 Bit.
Hmm... new gif. Larger in filesize, but uh... there's some stuff in the other one I don't want seen, I guess. As a bonus, I figured out the image isn't randomly corrupted. It just uses info from the pasted image (with the wrong palette if applicable). The first gif was a view with an RGB image and an indexed image. This one is RGB to RGB.