Closing and re-opening a project that had the 'Use Custom Depth as Mask' option checked within the High Resolution Screenshot Tool, will cause the boolean value to be unchecked and the viewport to render as if still trying to capture custom depth.

The only way to workaround this is to re-open the HRSS tool and make sure the 'Use Custom Depth as Mask' option is left unchecked, then close and re-open the project.

Note It is important to keep the HRSS tool open before closing the editor.

This issue also occurs in binary 4.11.2 - 2946394

Steps to Reproduce

1. Open any existing project.
2. Open the High Resolution Screenshot Tool.
3. Check the 'Custom Depth as Mask' option.
4. Close and re-open the Editor.

Outcome Observe how the screen is green. Upon opening the HRSS tool again, the 'use custom depth as mask' is unchecked and the screen renders as expected. Closing the tool will case the screen to render green as if capturing custom depth.

Expected After restarting the project, the screen is green but the 'use custom depth as mask' is also left checked. This will make it so when you uncheck and close the HRSS tool, the viewport no longer renders as if capturing custom depth.

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Affects Versions4.
Target Fix4.23
Fix Commit7096594
Main Commit7096599
Release Commit7096594
CreatedJul 28, 2016
ResolvedJun 19, 2019
UpdatedJun 20, 2019