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[filmscanners] RE: Cloning

<snip>When I follow your steps, and get the point of alt-clicking on an
area near the flaw I want to correct, a message pops up that says, "Could
not use the pattern stamp because no pattern has been defined." <snip>

Your problem may be that you have another piece of software on your computer
which has "captured" the alt-click sequence on your computer and rendered it
useless in photoshop. This happened to me, and I had to guess/remember what
recent software I had downloaded; I uninstalled a few minor things, and
voila photoshop started working the right way.

I can't explain how or why this works, but it does. There are posts in the
adobe photoshop forums about this issue, which would probably have more
helpful details.


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