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This option gives the possibility to move layers out of the module, but still having an automatic rapport. Image's layers can be set as the main layer.

When the option Automatic Rapport is once enabled, back in Adobe® Photoshop®, we move the layer using the Move tool  . When we call the module, this will apply the selected offset on the selected layer and to the ones connected to it. If we continue with the same tool, the movement will be also applied, but we will not be able to visualize it from the module's preview window.

With nT Rapport Monitor, further enabling or disabling of automatic rapport can be managed. To use nT Rapport Monitor, in Adobe® Photoshop® go to File | Automate and click on nT Rapport Monitor 8.XX

Practical Example

Open the image to process in Adobe® Photoshop®, and choose the module nT Rapport from the File context menu, as we have seen before. Once in the module, activate the Automatic rapport option.

If you wish to work with Automatic Rapport, the image can't be in Background layer. So, before calling up the module nT Rapport, change the default Background layer to Layer 0.

Here is an example of the original file without rapport (image left) and an example of a 1/2 rapport, horizontal mode, and 1/2 offset, horizontal (image right). Export the new rapport with the OK button. Back in Adobe® Photoshop®, make use of the different tools to copy or stamp new areas in order to retouch the break line.

You can use the 'Automatic Rapport' option, as explained above, to select areas out of the image size and repeat applied areas placed at the edge of the image file.

Complete the retouching until the line is completely cleared. Execute nT Rapport module once again, which will remember the last parameters applied to the image. Observe that now it is not possible to edit neither Drop nor Mode fields. We have to restore the Repeat to the origin (0,0). Here are the differences in the images before and after the modifications.