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  1. After finding out that doing a levels adjustment opened a new layer, and I needed to toggle back to the background layer for the clone stamp tool to work I tried that and it worked fine. I then opened another image and went through the process again, levels adjustment, toggle to background, clone stamp tool. I then tried the Liquify Persona and when I dragged I could see the squares changing but the picture didn't change. I clicked on "apply" and left that and went back to "photo persona" and tried the burn tool. That didn't show any changes either even when I toggled between the layers. I then went to 'history' and saw all the adjustments I had made 'in theory' but the image hadn't changed. I clicked command-Z a few times and then saw the zoom option and changed the zoom to 100% from 125% [it was a small file]. Suddenly all my adjustments happened all at once, the liquify and all the burning I had attempted showed on the image. After that the burn tool worked like it should and I could see the adjustments as I was making them. My iMac is two weeks old so I don't think there is a speed issue there.
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