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  1. The info panel is now behaving "almost" OK, but I think there is still a problem with the target sampler. When you move it over the picture, I think that the big grey circle should act as a magnifying glass to see better what is under it. But the image is offset, as you can see from the attach. Moreover, as a photographer, I don't understand it's use. Let me explain. I would like to be able to put the points that I sampled on a Curves level, in order to correct "by the numbers". This does not seem to be possible. Thanks. Max
  2. Hi Working with the sampling tool is great right now, although I think it would be useful if we could sample the average of multiple pixels. What do you think? Best regards Bauke
  3. I love the fact that there seems to be no limit to the number of sampler you can observe in the info panel! But how do I tell them apart? In PS the 4 available samplers have little number 1..4 attached to the crosshairs in the picture. Hopefully, I'm just too blind to discover how to label these guys. Otherwise, a dozen samplers are pretty useless if you can't remember which is which.
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