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Live Projection gets Stuck

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Im trying to patch holes in my Pano sky where the drone is, but i go to live projection/equirectangular and then inpainting brush.  At this stage i often am not able to Remove projection, it sort of just freezes on the current projection.

 

Also Im often having a problem if i cancel an inpainting with the esc function, it kind of freezes stuff up with the red painted in.

 

Windows 10 

32 bit image 6000x3000

AP 1.5.2.69

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Hi voltaire585

 

When selecting a ool in live projection with will lock it to what is currently shown on the canvas whilst that tool is active. You can reselect the move tool and on the context toolbar it should give you the button to edit live projection. Alternatively going to Layer > Live Projection > Remove Projection should stop the projection. Are yuo nt getting nay of these?

 

Unfortunately I am unable to recreate your second issue

 

Cheers


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