Hi,

On Wed, 2006-09-13 at 10:32 +0300, Alexander Rabtchevich wrote:

> Making a conclusion, sometimes it is required to replace the destination 
> color with the source one, not only to flatten or copy the texture of 
> the source. That's why I use the clone tool consequently with the 
> healing brush.

The heal tool needs to change anyway. The current state where it only
works if you click, but not if you paint with it, is not acceptable. So
perhaps we can take your points into consideration when changing the
tool. Currently the idea is to make the Heal tool work just like the
Clone tool and apply the healing magic after released the mouse button.
Perhaps there could be a modifier key that suppresses the healing so it
would work just like a clone tool.


Sven


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