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Hey,

When I go to View>Studio, the panel is grey.

I am not able to work with snapshots and also to work with the Undo Brush Tool.

Please advise.

Best Regards,

Henkada

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Hello @henkada,

 
welcome to this forum

if I see that correctly, you have hidden the Studio view,.

Cheers

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Hi,

Thanks, that helps.

BUT, If I want to eliminate dust & scratches with the Undo Brush Tool I get the message: You must select a history snapshot before trying to undo.

I tried to make aan attachment as an example for you but  it gave the message Upload failed, because it is too big?

So what must I do? I saw your video below but that tutorial does not work for me because of the problem with the Undo Brush Tool.

Must I use a snapshot after all? The video does not show this.

Please help.

 

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Hi henkada,
Welcome to Affinity Forums :)
To select/use a snapshot with the Undo Brush Tool you must click the small camera icon before the snapshot name in the Snapshots panel (the icon should become white/highlighted), NOT the snapshot name. Of course you need to have created at least one snapshot earlier to have something to select from the Snapshots panel.

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Are you trying to undo what is not yet been done?
 


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Hello Mone and zaad,

Yess!! Clicking on the small icon was the solution.

This was not said in the video.

It saves me a lot of work because I scanned a lot of film material taken on my mid-format camera Mamiya 7ii.

A lot of slides has a lot of dust on it.

The Affinity tool works like a charm.

Thank you both.

Kind Regards,

henkada

 

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Hello Everyone,

 

New in AF and learning a lot from vidéos and the workbook !

I don't understand why the "undo brush tool" DO ?! On the video tutorial "undo brush tool", when you put yourself on the snapshot and use the Undo Bruch tool it DO the effect !

Is it me or can"t i understand the logic ?!

 

Thanks for your help.

 

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2 hours ago, Vladimir78 said:

I don't understand why the "undo brush tool" DO ?!

Suppose you have an image open, and have done some work on it. Now you take a snapshot, and then you do more work. Perhaps a lot more work.

With the Undo Brush Tool you can select the earlier snapshot, and when you brush over part of the image you will undo the changes made after the snapshot. But this affects only the area you brush over. It is not a complete undo, losing all of the work you did since the snapshot. It is a selective undo that only undoes the changes where you brush, making those parts of the image look like the snapshot again.


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