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Thanks Brit! That's very useful. Amazing the tips you pick up from this
group!
Can someone remind me what the shortcut is when you copy an image and want
to paste it as a new flat image? I remember maybe Bruce mentioned it years
ago. I am constantly hitting "Ctrl"+"N" ("Command"+"N" on a Mac) and then
having to flatten the image.
Cheers,
Geoff

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Subject: Re: [SCIART] OT: Photoshop crop problem

If you double click the base layer, you can convert it to an editable layer.

Britt

On 10/2/14 11:22 AM, Jim Perkins wrote:
> Hi Bruce,
>
> I noticed that your Feather radius is set to some value (looks like 1.1
px, but it's hard to see).
> That means your selection has a feathered edge. Photoshop often doesn't
like to crop a feathered
> selection.
>
> Try setting your Feather back to zero before making any of the selections
and see what happens.
>
> Jim

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