Photoshop: A customized tool palette, and some 'individuality' for Content Aware Fill

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Been using PhotoShop for years and this is my first post.

I have two suggestions that I think would enhance the PhotoShop experience . . .

1 The ability to create your own palette of tools that one uses frequently, and not have to make three clicks to get to a tool.

2 Give Content Aware Fill it's own lasso. Often I use this tool with a 33% feathering attribute when selecting part of an image, but I have to change it to zero when switching to Content Aware Fill use.

Many thanks.

John Baker
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»1 The ability to create your own palette of tools that one uses frequently, and not have to make three clicks to get to a tool.«
You seem to have missed Configurator.
http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/co...

And it is recommended to create individual threads for different requests.
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As for your #2 request. I do not think that will ever happen. Selection tools are meant to be generic. If we create a specific selection tool for CAF that would just confuse users.

Record an action for feather 0.1
Record a different action for feather 30

Then assign a function hot key to each action. viola easy way to change feather ammounts.

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