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Fine Grained History for Paint Bucket, How do I turn it off?


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So I just got the update for version 4.0. It is great. Works well with windows 8, but I found one thing slightly annoying. The "Fine Grained History" for the paint bucket. For example; if I am trying to edit different pixels that are right next to each other, but not touching, this feature gets in the way, I can't edit the one right next to the other pixel, because it will simple take my edit, and move it to the other pixel, instead of applying the same edit to the other pixel (like before). Or, I will fill an area, go to select a new color to put in a new area, and have the area I just filled, be that new color I selected.

 

 

TL;DR How do I turn off "Fined Grained History", or at least for the Paint Bucket.

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So I just got the update for version 4.0. It is great. Works well with windows 8, but I found one thing slightly annoying. The "Fine Grained History" for the paint bucket. For example; if I am trying to edit different pixels that are right next to each other, but not touching, this feature gets in the way, I can't edit the one right next to the other pixel, because it will simple take my edit, and move it to the other pixel, instead of applying the same edit to the other pixel (like before). Or, I will fill an area, go to select a new color to put in a new area, and have the area I just filled, be that new color I selected.

 

 

TL;DR How do I turn off "Fined Grained History", or at least for the Paint Bucket.

 

It is an integral feature of 4.0 that can not be disabled.

 

After you edit one pixel you must press the enter key on your keyboard or click the finish button on the toolbar to commit your changes.

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