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Photo editing software simular to Picture Publisher

by flrhcarr / June 20, 2010 11:25 AM PDT

Does anyone know of photo editing software that allows you to copy from two different points on an image?
In Picture Publisher, you can hold down one key & go to a different part of the picture, with the mouse. Unlike Photoshop's stamp, where it is only next to the cursor.
An exaggerated example would be that I want to put a river on the other side of the picture. It will "trace" whatever is under it, to wherever I have the copy to cursor. Not just cut, copy & paste. Also, it has to work in the current version of the WIN OS or at least an updated XP, which Picture Publisher won't.
Thank you in advance.

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