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Healing tool workflow problems (android)

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Mar 07, 2023 Mar 07, 2023

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I am unsure if it's just Android, but I am really not enjoying the new tweaks.. The healing tool automatically selecting (terrible) spots and having to go back to the refine tool to adjust the spot makes the whole process of editing on the LR app unbearable. The healing tool isn't great so you'd have to do this multiple times to cover bigger imperfections. I am unsure why this update was made as it's literally a clone of the remove tool at this point I suggest reverting it, PLEASE-

 

While I'm here, I wonder why there isn't all edit features available for masks. It would be very helpful to at least add advanced RGB color adjustments.

(i never post suggestions like this but it kills me at this point.)

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Mar 09, 2023 Mar 09, 2023

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Hi @default28754854qework 

 

Thanks for reaching out with feedback. You can share sample files to show how the healing tool works so that we can also keep a check and work on this feedback. Meanwhile, adding the editing option for masks is a great idea. I am moving this post to the Idea section of our forum. Since our engineers monitor this forum, they will review it for future product development. 

 

Glad to have you in Adobe Community!

 

Best,

Ranjisha

 

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