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  1. It’s a bug or simple my blindness / error in reasoning? :rolleyes: Here is a very, very simple example but the method in my complex composing-artworks with a lot of source-flies should be the same. - There are two documents: „source“ and „destination“ - Both have the same size (300 x 300px, 300dpi) and 3 layers: „grey“, „blue“ and „orange“ - In the source-file has the content of layers different sizes: The square with border in the „grey“ is exactly 300 x 300 pixels, „blue“ shows only a part of a bigger circle and „orange“ shows a little (100 x 100px) square. See here. The source-file, „blue“ is selected: Working with sources panel and clone brush I see already after a double-click (to determine the clone-area) the stretched content ... and have in the destination-file an effect like this in the attached destination.png: Only „grey“ stay 1:1. Blue has shrunk and orange has greatly increased: How and where can I change this settings? How can I prevent this stretching or where is my error? How can I clone pixels between files? •••••• A workaround with select an area of a specific layer, copy & paste between files and erase is of course possible but not really funny :P ... and of course not as efficient as cloning of multiple image sources!