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JPG Created from 'Print to JPG' Shows Created Tomorrow on Library Filter

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  1. Windows 10
I created a 3 picture image using 'Print to JPG'. I then loaded it into LrC but couldn't file it when filtering for all pictures today. In the filter, I found it as a single picture from tomorrow.

I checked the JPG file using EXIFTOOL but couldn't find any instances of dates of November 24 (tomorrow).

I then tried 'Edit Capture Date'. It showed the correct date and the same date for setting it. I executed it and it moved it from tomorrow to today in the Library Filter.

Here's a shot of the filter and the pop-up to before I executed the 'Edit Capture Date'.

Is this a bug I should report. I know it's a strange set of workflow steps. I was creating a Stack of the composite and the associated photos.

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