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I did some test today with the cloning tools, i'm still not sur what the global source is supposed to do, and how the add global source function.

I was looking if i can clone between two different document (source on a document layer, target on another document) (i can do that in Gimp or PS) as is didnt manage to understand all the option of the tools, maybe i did miss something, if someone got point on how it is supposed to work, and if it's possible will be appreciated.

I did find the answer /  sorry post can be deleted !

To clone between documents, select the layer you want to clone to, press ⌥ (option/alt) to select the source area you want to use from that layer then click the Add Global Source button in the context toolbar, change to the target document and paint. The small white circle in the Sources panel indicates the source area used from that layer. You can have more than one layer as a source.

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