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Help me find my circle please

Help me find my circle please

Help me find my circle please

Hi,   The Cloning tool in photo paint 11 is the tool I use most often.  Somehow I changed a setting somewhere down the line.  Before I used to right click for the first circle and left click to clone that circle with the second circle.  Now insted of a second circle there is 2 little brushes.  I know it doesn't sound like a big deal but with the brushes I can't be precise with the outer edges of the clone as I did with a circle rather than the brush.  I loved my 2nd circle, I miss my second circle.  Can anyone help me find my long lost second circle.

RE: Help me find my circle please

? The Clone tool is not defined by "circles", it's defined by brushes. Just select the brush you want to use (when you have the Clone tool selected) and that will be what is used for the  source (right-click) and the target (left-click). If you want a circular area, just choose a circular brush. If you've got something totally hosed up, just do the old F8 trick to reset everything to factory defaults.

RE: Help me find my circle please

F8,  Wow, thanks, it worked

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