camera raw - straighten and croping tool

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by RBB, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. RBB

    RBB Guest

    when using those two tools in camera raw window i dont see
    the way to restore back i mean undo, is there a way?

    if not i see it is always better to make a copy of the original raw file,
    many times i like to go back to the original file

    thanks

    btw, you are invited to see my web galleries
     
    RBB, Oct 29, 2005
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    On Windows, right-click somewhere *in the picture area* with ACR open.
    There is a menu with "clear crop". (It works for both tools).
     
    Barry Pearson, Oct 29, 2005
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  3. RBB

    RBB Guest

    thanks,
    but i sow also that i once you press "open" then is no way back to the
    crop or straighten....first position, so i think it is also the need to make first a copy of the
    original


     
    RBB, Oct 29, 2005
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  4. RBB

    DD Guest

    why don't you simply cancel?

    Dave
     
    DD, Oct 29, 2005
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  5. RBB

    RBB Guest

    no way, if you cancel you dont undo...
    barry is right, right click you undo, but if you continue
    with open to photoshop then is no way back to undo,
    so it is better to make one copy first..
     
    RBB, Oct 29, 2005
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    DD Guest

    howcome you say cancel is not undo?
    if you cancel, there is no alterations on it,
    and you'll have to launch it again from wichever
    file it is in.
     
    DD, Oct 29, 2005
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  7. RBB

    DD Guest


    A. Because it breaks the logical sequence of discussion
    Q. Why is top posting bad ?
     
    DD, Oct 29, 2005
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    You can't damage the raw image.

    If you want to permanently save multiple settings, perhaps you do need
    copies. But if you go ahead and open the file, and do some Photoshop
    work, you know you can go back to the raw later and cancel and change
    those settings. Settings only live for as long as you want them live.
     
    Barry Pearson, Oct 29, 2005
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  9. RBB

    RBB Guest

    but i have try that, and i were not able to undo the straighten anymore,
    i can undo as long as it is in the acr like you told me with the right click,
    but if it goes to photoshop, later that raw file opne it again i try to undo, and i cant anymore
    with the right click, at the thumbnails it appears a sign of croping, but i dont see the use,

    you know how to undo after has been open it in photoshop? i dont



     
    RBB, Oct 29, 2005
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  10. RBB

    RBB Guest

    if i make straighten adn them i cancel, later when open it
    it comes out with the last make and then cant be undone
     
    RBB, Oct 29, 2005
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    I think I know what the problem is.

    You only get the right-click menu permitting "Clear Crop" if the either
    "crop" or "align" buttons are down. If neither of these is down, you
    get another right-click menu, such as the view size.

    So if you open the DNG file ACR, then crop, you are likely still to
    have the crop button down. Therefore you can cancel the crop. But if
    you open the file in Photoshop, the next time you open the DNG file in
    ACR the crop button won't be down, so you won't get that menu. Press
    one of those buttons down, right-click within the picture area, and you
    should be OK.
     
    Barry Pearson, Oct 30, 2005
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  12. RBB

    RBB Guest

    you right, very good, no more problem...¡¡
    first i though this was not working because i was
    pressing the straighten bouton, and clear crop wwas not shown,
    i mean clear straighten, is the crop bouton the one that has to be
    pressed
    thanks

    richard

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    RBB, Oct 30, 2005
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