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Hi there, this was a first, and I took a screenshot of my screen. Mind that the picture is enlarged quite a bit.
I was working on a demonstration that I have to propose in two weeks, and I was trying to differentiate in generative fill between insert and remove.
I thought removing a nosering can be a good way to explain what removing parts of the image means. But my firefly refuses to do it.
At first I thought I made a too big selection, so I tried again as you see below, which is nothing but the size of the ring, and still I get the same answer.
Hi @floramc, yes, I had a similar experience with a test just now. Firefly was able to replace the nose ring with a different style using Insert > Add > Generate. But after keeping that version, I couldn't remove the new ring either. I tried a few other ways to go about it, but for some reason, it gives the violation error. Note, the action worked perfectly using the Remove Tool in Photoshop 25.0 Release.
thanks. Apologize for mixing up earring and nose ring. I am in bed with a flu and my English degrades rapidly when I am under the weather. Will edit in a sec
I see your point, but then I definitely need to change picture, as this is supposed to work for a conference where I show the difference between insert and remove. Then I need to find someting else. Thanks again for your imput!
Ah, I hope you feel better soon. Technically, an earring could be fashioned into a nose ring, lol. In any event, Remove should work on this in Firefly because it does in Photoshop. I thought they were more closely aligned. I tried Firefly to remove a necklace, but that didn't work, either. Maybe it's too much skin in our test close-ups? But good luck with your demo—whatever you end up using!
I see your point and I tried zooming out and panning differently. So far, no luck. What surprises me is that it says that the request violates the guidelines. I don't see how.