Photoshop :: Error :: 'Could Not Use The Art History Brush Because The Current Canvas Size Does Not Match ..

Aug 12, 2009

When i select the history brush, i keep getting this message.

'Could not use the art history brush because the current canvas size does not match that of the history state'

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