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Can you quickly complete the replacement between these pictures by dragging and dragging?

Enthusiast ,
Apr 03, 2024 Apr 03, 2024

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Can you quickly complete the replacement between these pictures by dragging and dragging?
Such as holding ALT? It seems to be unreasonable.
Must get the link address and re -import it?
This does not seem to be fast enough and scientific.

I hope Adobe will improve in the future.

Thank you.

 

 

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I found that if you can quickly get the state of the new picture (as shown below), you can replace the old map according to Alt

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Apr 03, 2024 Apr 03, 2024

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Hi @dublove, how did you "get the state of the new picture ... [and] replace the old map according to Alt"? It looks interesting.

 

I agree, it would be good if the Links Panel had a "Merge" function similar to the Swatches Panel and Layers Panel. I don't know how to do it though.

- Mark

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Apr 03, 2024 Apr 03, 2024

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Hi @dublove, how did you "get the state of the new picture ... [and] replace the old map according to Alt"? It looks interesting.

By @m1b

When CTRL+D imports the picture, your mouse status is like this.

 

Assuming the old picture is "old.Jjpg", the new picture is "new.jpg".

You will replace “old.jpg" with "new.jpg".

Implement with scripts:
Select New.jpg, run script, and appear in this state, that should be possible.

Improvement has to rely on Adobe officials. We can only assume.

 

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Apr 03, 2024 Apr 03, 2024

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Hi @dublove , You could Direct Select the 889-1.jpg image, Copy, Select the 66896-1.jpg container frame, and Paste Into:

 

 

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This is a traditional method, it is still a bit slow, not fast enough.

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