Photoshop: Guides in Liquify filter window incorrectly positioned when layer is larger than the canvas

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When you Liquify a layer, if both its width and height are smaller than the width and height of the canvas, guides in the Liquify window are displayed as expected.

However, if the layer you are Liquifying has a larger width or height (or both) than the document canvas, then the Liquify working area (canvas) is expanded so you can see the entire layer. This leads to incorrect positioning of the guides in the Liquify window: instead of relative to the document canvas 0,0 point, they are positioned relative to the expanded Liquify working area (canvas) 0,0 point, so they are no longer where you want them.

This issue is present in the Windows version of Photoshop CC 2015.1.1 and I believe it was present ever since the Show Guides option was added to the Liquify window.
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adenry

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Posted 3 years ago

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adenry

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Can somebody from Adobe please acknowledge this bug and log it in?
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eartho

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I'm not an Adobe employee, but i can definitely confirm this bug. 

I wish i knew what was going on with the beta teams at Adobe. Every time a new feature is added, it's got a list of bugs which should have easily been caught before release.

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