If the image already has a layer called Background you need to rename it to something else ... as when you continue with Layer>New>Layer from Background you are actually creating a new background layer.
I'm not sure what would happen if you already had one ... so I simply rename it if there is already one.
Let me know if it works OK on your Mac
you can also do a control-c and then control-v to make a separate image of that layer. run the filter on it and then paste it back to the original as a new layer. i do this in psp regularly when i want to test filters and masks. a number of my filters dont show correctly when applied to a layer and particularly to a masked layer.
also, having just gotten the polaroid d&s app/plugin, i'm using it currently as a stand-alone program and i found out the hard way that once you have run the detect and clean routines, you cant 'save as', you can only save. thus, if like me, you NEVER want to overwrite your original images, make sure you make a copy of the original before running this program/filter.
great program otherwise. does a bang up job!
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