Bug ID: 368973
           Summary: "Group layers" operation should be more clever about
                    compositing mode.
           Product: krita
           Version: 3.0.1
          Platform: Debian stable
                OS: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: Layer Stack

When one use "Group layers", it create a new layer with compositing mode
"Normal". This does not mix well with "Wavelet decompose" feature.

I suggest "Group layers" to look at compositing mode of the parts being
grouped, e.g. just copy the first groupee's mode.

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open some image or create it and paint someting there
2. Image->Wavelet decompose
3. Select scale layers, say, from "Scale 2" to "Scale 4"
4. Press Ctrl+G ("Quick layer group")

Actual Results:  
Image changes, "Scale 5" and "Residual" no loger in effect. Compositing mode
for newly created group layer is "Normal".

Expected Results:  
No effect on resulting imag. Compositing mode for newly created group layer is
"Grain Merge", like of "Scale 2".

Workaround: manually set the mode to "Grain Merge" in layer properties.

With appearance of the "Wavelet decompose" filter, non-Normal layers might
become more commonplace and user might run into problem even without knowing
about layer compositing modes.

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