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Sponge Tool Photo 1.7 on windows 10

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  Hi

I want test the sponge tool  Photo 1.7  windows  for compare it with TSL,  paint with low saturation brush on saturation layers , ...

Sponge brush tool  have no any effect on the image when I tried to use them on the gray fill layer,or a transaparent layer,

Please, how use it.

 

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Ok AlainP

 I ' trying,  found a solution in  non destructive mode if possible, like a pixel layer in saturation mode, on the top

like the burn tool for example

Ok seems  is not possible !..?

 oupss HSL ( sorry TSL is the french equivalent)

Thank for your answer

 

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You could try the following:

  1. Add a new pixel layer
  2. Edit > Fill > Custom Colour > Click the colour swatch to the right
  3. Click the dropdown > Greyness > 50
  4. Now add a Blend Mode such as Soft Light or Vivid Light. 

You should be able to then non-destructively use the Sponge Tool. Try experimenting with the different Light Blend Modes. This is similar to doing a non-destructive edit with the Dodge/Burn Tools however you would use Overlay for that but Overlay doesn't work for the Sponge Tool.

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 Chris

  I try  in these conditions, Dodge and Burn OK 

 but impossible  to paint, with sponge tools, on the pixel layer

 Test all  light mode... same thing  no action.. But OK destructive mode (on the layer)

 idem with the last Beta 1.7.0.2031

Bug?

 

 

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I agree with @Max P, it does not work. See attached video screencap


Affinity Photo 1.6.5.123, Beta 1.7.0.243; Win10 Home 1803: Intel i7-4770, 3.40GHz, 16GB Ram, Nvidia GTX 645 

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I swear this was working for me yesterday... but it isn't now.

I must have messed about with an Overlay blend mode or something first. Sorry :56_anguished: I can't seem to find another way of doing this for now. You can always dupe the image layer and use that.

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