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Hi,

i'm just wondering about the live filter/perspective.Looks good at first sight, but subsequent corrections are nearly impossible. When the live filter perspective has been applied, any further mouse click is no longer related to the picture. Depending on how strong you corrected the distortion any tool you are usinf after the filter is no longer in sync with the mouse click.

This makes this live filter useless to me. Or am i doing something wrong?

Currently i'm using the normal filter for this, but this is destructive and cant be re-adjusted if you are not satisfied with the first attempt.

 

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Hi huebi :)

When using the Live perspective filter you can always go back and change the filter, simply double click on the thumbnail for the perspective adjustment layer. 

If you have any pixel layers below your perspective adjustment in the layers panel then these will also be affected by the filter, which causes tools to appear out of sync with your mouse. If you move the pixel layer above the perspective filter then your mouse and tools will appear as normal, see below:

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If you have several layers you can recombine the stack. But if you try to inpaint after you have applied the perspective filte you will have trouble to do so.

Disabling the filter might help... need to give it a try.

 

 

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