DataCrypt Posted June 12, 2008 Share Posted June 12, 2008 I'm using the latest Paint .NET 3.31 and found an issue with the CLONE STAMP TOOL. If I press CTRL in an area I want to start cloning and then begin my cloning near the selected area, Paint .NET starts to "paint" what was previously there. For example... lets say you have a large number 10 as a JPG image on a white canvas background. Now you CTRL select the white background above the 0 to clone (let's say we want to clone over the 0). If he left click and HOLD the mouse button down over the top portion of the 0, the clone will start to wipe over (erase) the 0 with the selected white background (that area which we selected to clone). Now as we move down to finish "erasing" the 0, if the clone source area comes anywhere near or on top of the original location of the 0, it will actually start cloning the 0. I think this is a bug, because the 0 has been erased in that area and Paint .NET still sees the 0 being there unless I release the mouse button and click it again to start the cloning. I guess this is the "stamp" feature of the clone, but it would be nice to have it clone the area of the source region even if that region has already been cloned over. Thank you, DataCrypt Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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