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Hi to all. Newbie to this program and studying in depth on many tutorials. Still hard work getting familiar.! Main question right now is to do with cloning -- when I have set my target spot, that moves with the clone destination brush. However, in an old program I used a lot (Picture Publisher) I was able to lock the target point so that clone brush could move anywhere using that target content. Is this possible in photo? I couldn't find an answer to this anywhere so far - sorry if it's been covered before.
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
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.
I just realized that by using the Target / Inside, Affinity Designer has nearly the same clipping power of CorelDraw!! I've used a lot of vector programs, but nothing comes close. (never used AI, but understand it doesn't either) If you're moving from Windows / CD, and you're looking for a similar feature: Set the TARGET to INSIDE, open your MEDIA BROWSER, then simply drag your elements in. To edit, click on the layer panel, and drag, resize, add effects, etc. So great to see!