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Could you please force-quit PSTouch and see if the problem persists? Thanks!
Hello joerg. Thanks for your response. It turned out that I was actually being dumb. Ratherthan choosing the typical image setting located at the top of the screen, I was using the effects brush and the image settings for that tool, not realising that they changes would only apply to where ever I painted on the actual image.
There are still a variety of painful issues that I know are not a result of me being dumb, and I'm hoping they are rectified soon.
It sounds like you figured it out on your own the Fx(effects) brush shows you what the effect will look like on the image prior to actually beginning to using the brush on the image. You choose the settings, click OK when the settings are what you want, and then paint with the chosen settings on the image. This can be a little confusing when first starting out.