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  • Puppet warp - Unable to undo pin movement

    Is it possible to save puppet warp points or undo the movement of a pin. I don't think there is this option and if those options are not available then what would your strategies be around this current(15-12-2015) limitation in photoshop.

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    Re: Puppet warp - Unable to undo pin movement

    zeroLiver, Welcome to RetouchPRO
    Hope you enjoy your stay here and make lots of friends.
    Poke around, have fun!
    RetouchPRO is a place for help, with abundant offerings of knowledge, opinions, or just interesting thoughts, We are a remarkably troll-free and welcoming group.
    Glad to see your postings and hope to see many more..

    As for Puppet Warp: Edit>Undo or Ctrl+Z to undo a move or Alt Click on the point to remove it and undo its moves

    Puppet Warp Basic tutorial : Here

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      Re: Puppet warp - Unable to undo pin movement

      I see what I did wrong I was pressing 'alt+ctrl+z' which does not work for undoing a pin movement. I am now using ctrl+z, following your instruction. I am surprised I missed that, so thank you very much. It still seems that you can only undo one pin movement during a puppet warp, but ctrl+z does add a little more flexibility which is good. I hope they can further improve upon the puppet warp tool soon.

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        Re: Puppet warp - Unable to undo pin movement

        For some added flexibility and tweak-ability, convert your layer to a smart object first. Then puppet warp can be worked on over and over. Same goes for regular warp and perspective warp, liquify etc.
        -- shift studio.

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