On Saturday 31 March 2007 04:10, Helmut Jarausch wrote:
> For the "quick mode" the user starts by specifying a point somewhere
> within his source area. Then - exactly like the clone tool - he paints
> the destination area. BUT, once he/she releases the mouse button or
> lifts the pen, the healing algorithm would be started. It will give bad
> results if the boundary of the destination area still contains
> "defective" pixels.
This is exactly how the heal tool works in Photoshop. It is actually fairly
common to have to go back over areas in the healing region where the
defective pixels were not completely healed when working with larger defects
such as cracks in old photos. I don't see this as an issue.
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