After installing a fresh QGIS 3.10 version on a Windows computer I recently saw an unexpected behavior of the "Difference" feature from QGIS. (on one of my old computer with QGIS 3.4 it is different) I'm trying to remove points from a layer that falls into a polygon from another layer. After running the "Difference" model the points that falls into the polygon layer are moved to the x,y position x=0 and y=0. Has anyone an idea why this happens. My expected output is simple a layer without the points that falls into the polygon. I want to use the "difference" function because it should be integrated in a bigger model.