Clone stamp tool not working in PS v 23.0.0

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Oct 29, 2021 Oct 29, 2021

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RE : Clone stamp tool not working in PS v 23.0.0

 Using an Intel iMac (2017) running Monterey v. 12.0.1

 

I didn't read any significant bug reports on the latest version of PS so I installed it and now I cannot get the clone stamp tool to work. I have used this tool in older versions of PS without issue hundreds if not thousands of times,

 

When I sample an area and then try to clone it, there is no relevance to the selection. As an experiment I pulled up a woodland scene and tried to clone one part of the brown path onto another and it was a very red and yellow pattern that didn't look natural at all. I repeated with a grey sky in a seascape with similar results.

 

See attached file - white oval was the selected area to be cloned. red area was the cloned area????

 

Any suggestionsclone stamp1.jpg

 

 

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Adobe Employee , Oct 30, 2021 Oct 30, 2021
Check the mode on the tool options: Make sure it's set to Normal.

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Oct 30, 2021 Oct 30, 2021

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Check the mode on the tool options:

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Make sure it's set to Normal.


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Yes, thank you. I never thought to check!

 

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