Sven Neumann wrote:
> On Sun, 2007-11-04 at 20:37 -0500, Daniel Falk wrote:
>> Photoshop has a tool that works like the healing brush except that it
>> doesn't require a source region to be specified before using the tool.
>> When there are a lot of quick touch-ups to do, this is very convenient.
>> Photoshop somehow guesses what it should use as source material and is
>> often accurate. When it's not accurate, users can undo it, and then
>> fall back on the healing brush and manually specify that information.
> Since we don't know how this works in detail, there is not much point in
> suggesting that we add such a feature.
Could you explain the reasoning behind this? Such feature requests are
always a good thing, and listening to them is a sign of a user-centric
development team. By "listening" to them I don't mean *implementing*
them, but a steady stream of such ideas can be beneficial.
Though I suppose suggesting it on IRC might be more appropriate then on
the list. Is that what you meant?
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