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Old 05 May 2003   #1
Question Rubber Stamp question

hi guys:

quick question about rubber stamp brush.

im trying to copy with the rubber stamp brush some parts one picture to other (equally sized) with exact aligment between the FROM and the TO pixels

question is: how can i, in an easy way to get both, geting and puting cursors exactly aligned.

probably there is an smart shortcut i have missed

thanks in advance

e-l@dri
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Old 05 May 2003   #2
this is something I'm curious about too...

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Old 05 May 2003   #3
I would cut-n-paste.
Add Layer Mask.
Paint out what I don't want.

As pixel perfect as you want, plus a much higher tweak factor.
 
Old 05 May 2003   #4
Try using the GRID.

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Old 05 May 2003   #5
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I'd have to go with Stroker on this one. Using only the clone tool will be a lot more work than it need be. C&P and you'll have an easier time of it lining things up.

 
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