Question abot the band aid tool

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by watashee, Jul 9, 2004.

  1. watashee

    watashee Guest

    Does anyone know of an ad-in that will let you make the selection to pick
    square shaped? I'm not finding one in ps7.
    watashee, Jul 9, 2004
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  2. I do not think that I understand your question - are you trying to make a
    square selection? Stomp twice for "yes", once for "no" ...

    The Doormouse
    The Doormouse, Jul 9, 2004
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  3. watashee

    Ian Guest

    I think that by "band aid tool" they mean Healing Brush Tool (unless its
    something to do with Bob Geldof), so the answer is, no, not that I know of.
    You can get reasonable results with the Clone Stamp Tool which can be the
    shape of any brush, preset of custom, then just fiddle with the Opacity and

    Ian, Jul 9, 2004
  4. watashee

    Hunt Guest


    Right below the Healing Brush Tool (Band-aid), there is the Patch Tool. Right
    -click on the HB and you will see a fly-out with the Patch Tool (looks like a
    stitched diamond). It patches, or heals, an area that you have defined the
    shape for. It comes with its own Lasso Selection Tool built in, but you can
    define a square Selection with the Rectangular Marquee Tool set, or
    constrained to square, then apply the Patch Tool to that defined area. Does
    this help?

    Or, you can create a square brush for either the Healing Brush, or the Clone
    Tool and use that. See Brushes>Creating (How to Tip) in Help.

    Hunt, Jul 9, 2004
  5. watashee

    watashee Guest

    LOL, Yes, I meant the healing tool., I was getting a bit visual, eh?
    I was actually just wondering is someone made an ad-in app that would create
    watashee, Jul 9, 2004
  6. watashee

    Hunt Guest

    Being a "visual person," it was easy to decipher what you meant, unlike some
    of the requests. No need for a plug-in/add-on, as everything that you want to
    do (if I read THAT part correctly) is already there. The square can either be
    created with the Marquee Tool constrained for use with the Patch Tool, or a
    square brush can be created and captured for use with the Healing Brush. Now,
    did I miss something in your request? If so, help this verbally challenged
    person out, and give me a few more details about your intended use, OK?

    Hunt, Jul 9, 2004
  7. watashee

    watashee Guest

    Gotcha, thanks!!!

    watashee, Jul 10, 2004
  8. Are you trying to be funny? Grunt once for No, twice for yes...

    Kilgore Trout, Jul 10, 2004
  9. watashee

    V1nc3nt Guest

    Trying to steal jokes, cause you lack all sense of humour?

    BTW It's time you learned how to reply in a NG. At the bottom.
    V1nc3nt, Jul 10, 2004
  10. Are you too stupid to realise that Doormouse, while trying to be funny, was
    being rude and abusive (as usual) - I was simply replying in kind...
    Understand? (probably not)

    I will reply wherever I like thanks...

    Kilgore Trout, Jul 10, 2004
  11. watashee

    watashee Guest

    I like to read the replies at the top. Saves me the time of scrolling down.
    With all the flame and mayhem in here, where you type your reply hardly
    seems significant, and is surely a penny ante complaint.
    watashee, Jul 10, 2004
  12. watashee

    V1nc3nt Guest

    The fact that Doormouse was being rude and abusive (as usual) is what I
    consider to be funny.
    Scrolling down is too much effort for you? The fact that you will reply
    wherever you like, makes this threat and any threat you reply in unreadable.
    But what do you care?
    V1nc3nt, Jul 10, 2004
  13. watashee

    V1nc3nt Guest

    When everybody's replying wherever they want, you get really messed up
    threats. Try Googling in the newsgroups and often there's no structure at
    all. So for newsgroups as a big encyclopaedia, it's quite convenient when
    everybody replies the same way. At the bottom or beneath the lines you want
    to respond to.
    V1nc3nt, Jul 10, 2004
  14. watashee

    V1nc3nt Guest

    Okay I'm a illiterate Dutchman, shoot me.
    V1nc3nt, Jul 10, 2004
  15. watashee

    V1nc3nt Guest

    Yeah sure you can, but for the sake of history, let's keep all the bullshit
    nice and clean. :)
    V1nc3nt, Jul 11, 2004
  16. watashee

    watashee Guest

    Well, like Voivod says, anybody can do anything they want in newsgroups,
    right? Amazing how trends are set.
    watashee, Jul 11, 2004
  17. threat???



    Kilgore Trout, Jul 11, 2004
  18. watashee

    Canopus Guest

    You don't like being "moderated" do you.


    But you think it is great for everyone else.


    You' re funny.
    Canopus, Jul 11, 2004
  19. watashee

    Canopus Guest

    Calm down and write what you mean.
    Canopus, Jul 11, 2004
  20. watashee

    Canopus Guest


    Come on... pay attention to what you are doing.
    Canopus, Jul 11, 2004
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