Lightroom/Camera Raw: Differentiate between and Clone and Heal

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I am hoping this would be easy to implement but it would be really helpful if Heal and Clone looked different when using the spot removal tool. Whether it's the colour of the sampler or shape, it doesn't matter. In my use case, I've just gone through 28 photos(thank God I realised before going through the lot) with about 20 spots each and then realised that I was using clone all along. Now having to go back through those 28 photos(X20 plus spots)
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Jerry Syder

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I think in would be nice if the spot tool would differentiate between Lightroom picked source areas and user picked source areas as this is important when copy/pasting the spotting between photos.
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Paul Plak

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Simple and very useful indeed.
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I like this idea Jerry. It has my support. 
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Jerry Syder

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Cheers Rikk - appreciate that :)
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Color code heal/clone circles.

It would be crazy helpful if the clone circles are blue and the heal circles are red. Some sort of color scheme so it's obvious what's being used on the image or what is in play when you return to edit an image. 
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I totally agree. Please implement if possible