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This chapter explains how to re-order effects and why the effect order is important. The effects themselves can be found in the chapter "FX List".
If you apply several effects to a layer, they build upon each other according to their order of appearance. The order FX1>FX2 achieves a different result than FX2>FX1.
The first example shows the result when first a "B&W" effect is applied and then "RGB Shift" which gives the image a red tone.
To reorder an effect, simply drag it in the Device Tree to a new position (marked with the blue line) within the FX folder.
As you see, the result looks different because the "B&W" effect is applied now at the end of the FX chain.