Hi Alex,

thank you very much for your workaround! But i really would like to see this
function in the next gimp version :)

Best regards

Rainer


>I joined to this enhancement request with a slightly different
>proposal, instead of a moving point to clone (which is the actual
>behavior) it would be better a full warp deformable cloning area for
>the clone tool.
>
>For Domster, here is your solution
>
>1. duplicate the layer
>2. Rotate the duplicated layer (or warp transform it)
>3. place a mark with the clone tool on duplicated layer
>4. select original layer and start cloning.
>
>This is what the enhancement shall do in background
>
>happy gimping!
>
>Alex
>
>2015-12-23 20:20 GMT-05:00, Domster <for...@gimpusers.com>:

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