3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 30, 2013 12:07 AM by c.pfaffenbichler

    cloning tool

    juliane666

      hello everybody!

      I'd like to be able to use one tool with two different options at the same time.

      for example the cloning tool once in 30 % and second in 100 %.

       

      Maybe Adobe could think about this upgrade?

       

      thanks to whomeever...

      juliane666

        • 1. Re: cloning tool
          David__B Adobe Employee

          Hi Juliane666,

           

          I think you could do it as a two step process currently.

           

          Could you explain a little more why this would be beneficial for you?

           

          Thanks,

           

          -Dave

          • 2. Re: cloning tool
            juliane666 Level 1

            hi dave,

             

            thanks! yes, i'm a photographer in germany. sorry dor my english.

            when i work on a portraits i need for example the cloning tool in 2

            different %-settings to clone once the background with 100% and second

            the wrikles of a portrait in the face with 30%.

            i always have to go back to the settings, make 30 - clone - go back to

            the setting, make 100 ...and so on.

            the same with the reflector-tool or darkener or so...

             

             

            Am 30.07.2013 05:04, schrieb David__B:

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            • 3. Re: cloning tool
              c.pfaffenbichler Level 8

              i always have to go back to the settings, make 30 - clone - go back to

              the setting, make 100 ...and so on.

              You are aware that hitting the 3-key will set the Opacity of the selected Tool to 30% (shift-3 would affect the Flow instead) if the Tool has Opacity.

               

              I'd like to be able to use one tool with two different options at the same time.

              I do not quite understand what you mean – do you want to paint on two Layers simultaneously?