There is no all layers sample icone with patch tool photoshop 22.3.1

Explorer ,
Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021

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Hi,

Question in title, too new PS version ??

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021
Hi @reddragonfly  Change the mode from Normal to Content-Aware and you can enable Sample All Layers. EDIT I still have PS CC 2015 on my laptop and have taken screenshots there as well. Sample all layers is only available with Content-Aware. ~ Jane

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When did that Tool offer that option?  

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It was effective in CC 2015.... gone since ?

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Edit: Sorry, my msitake. This is the screenshot for CC 2017: 

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The Patch Tool doesn't have that feature. I do similar tasks by copying all layers by pressing Ctrl+Shift+C and paste it as a new flat image, then after editing, I replace that particular area by copying to the old set of layers.

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Thx, but it did exist, weird it's gone since 2015... Could be useful...

https://planetphotoshop.com/removing-objects-with-content-aware-fill-and-patch-in-photoshop-cc.html

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Hi @reddragonfly 

Change the mode from Normal to Content-Aware and you can enable Sample All Layers.

jane-e_0-1619702894918.png

 

 

EDIT

I still have PS CC 2015 on my laptop and have taken screenshots there as well. Sample all layers is only available with Content-Aware.

jane-e_0-1619703608704.png

 

~ Jane

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