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spot healing brush

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Aug 07, 2021 Aug 07, 2021

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spot healing brush - in checking size it has  always shown the size of the dot when i move the curset over picture.  Now i just get a cross with a tiny dot.  want to show size when i first move curser over picture without having to start spot healing brush to show the size that will be used.  this is a new problem. Help

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Aug 08, 2021 Aug 08, 2021

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The cross with the tiny white dot in the middle typically means the brush size (A max of 2500 in PSE) is maxed out is size, and your canvas is smaller than 2500 square.

Just make your brush size smaller than 2500 and your problem should go asway2021-08-08_051909.jpg

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Aug 08, 2021 Aug 08, 2021

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And, depending on the size of the image, this anomaly can occur at much smaller brush sizes than 2500 px.

 

In this first attached screenshot of an 88 px x 88 px image, the brush is 500 px. You can see the bounds of the brush in the upper-left and lower-left corners and on the right side.

2021-08-08 09_42_41-aSa_Web_Logo-1.png @ 380% (RGB_8) _.png

 

In this second screenshot of the same image, and one tap of the "]" key to increase the size of the brush to 600 px shows just the small crosshair cursor with the open center (white dot).2021-08-08 09_44_37-.png

 

Walter in Davie, FL

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