In Matt Koskowlski's presentation on 2/27/2020 at Adobe he added a texture image to the PS image workspace. It gets placed with handles to position and size the image before committing it to the workspace.
In Matt’s case he grabbed the handles and roughly stretched the texture to overlap the image space on all sides, before he used blending tools.
I asked if there is an option to have the image sized to fit the target image dimensions automatically. It’s something I do often, especially when I have a second image with a size related to the first, maybe captured with the same camera, with the exact same dimensions, or when dropping in a texture to use as a background replacement. I was told this functionality does not exist at this time.
I’m pretty sure that Matt would have been happy with this option, and I would too, probably there are lots of customers like us.
I would even prefer it to be the new default position and
sizing behavior, though you may have customers who prefer the current sizing,
and don’t mind the fuss of precisely dragging the handles to fit, so either a preference
option to auto-size, or a secondary trigger, like shift + double click, would
I believe that small efficiencies like this make for more
satisfied customers, and I hope you can implement this behavior without much effort
and release it in your next update.