Photoshop: Support for editing 3D Stereo pairs

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I am not hopeful Adobe will pay attention, but I upgraded to CS6 extended because I was expecting actual support for 3D stereo pair editing. Either I can't find it or it doesn't actually have it. For stereo pair editing right now I am using a program called 3D composer. It is the equivilant of "MS paint" as far as what I can do (crop, change contrast, brightness, color and saturation), but I am at least working in a stereo view while doing it (Nvidia shutter glasses via laptop monitor). I would settle for Photoshop overlaying the two images from an MPO or JPS formatted image (don't care which) so I can use the tools in photoshop to edit the images together. Having to do one layer at a time when I can't see the other layer on the screen because it is way over to the right or left is useless. might as well have stayed with CS5 and edited the images before converting to stereo format.

What I want is a tool that I can use the spot heal and other brushes (burn/dodge/clone) and affect the same spot on both images of the stereo pair. I am not a programmer, but it seems 3D Composer is mostly there, while Adobe is still in the last century.

Please add actual support for editing of 3D stereo pairs. There is an upcoming market for it if we had a decent tool to edit the images.

On a side note as much as I prefer MPO, it appears JPS is the more common file type for distributing stereo pairs at this time.

Finally if I can edit in stereo, then please point me in the correct direction, because a search of the web revealed nothing but useless.
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5 years later I am still waiting for Adobe to support real 3D photos editing.