geting rid of selection

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by dale, Jun 26, 2004.

  1. dale

    dale Guest

    Is there a way to get rid of the selection tool lines or the marquee
    tool lines without saving the project? That's what I have been doing
    when I'm finished working in the selected area. Thanks
     
    dale, Jun 26, 2004
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    ZONED! Guest

    Not sure I am reading this right. Select/deselect?
     
    ZONED!, Jun 26, 2004
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    H Fang Guest

    afaik you right click and choose deselect.
     
    H Fang, Jun 26, 2004
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    Brad H Guest

    ctrl+h hides them if that is what you mean.
     
    Brad H, Jun 26, 2004
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    LH Guest

     
    LH, Jun 26, 2004
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    J. A. Mc. Guest

    or just click once (without moving the mouse) anywhere outside the existing
    marquee with one of the selector tools.
     
    J. A. Mc., Jun 26, 2004
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    V1nc3nt Guest

    That only works if a selection tool is selected :)
     
    V1nc3nt, Jun 26, 2004
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    J. A. Mc. Guest

    Well IF it weren't 'selected', then you couldn't "click outside the existing
    marquee with one" ... could you?

    "Something" to think about ... eh?
     
    J. A. Mc., Jun 26, 2004
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    Hunt Guest

    If you wish to Deselect an active Selection, the Ctrl-D will Deselect it,
    while (stated elsewhere) Ctrl-H will "hide" it, though it is still active.
    Warning, with Selection hidden, you can only effect changes within that
    Selection and it is very easy to forget that there is a hidden active
    Selection. If you have already Saved the Selection, it will appear as an Alpha
    Channel. You can select it (make it active) and click the trashcan symbol, or
    drag the selected Channel to the trashcan. If you then did not re-Save the
    image, the Alpha Channel would be there, when you Open(ed) the image. Does
    this help?

    Hunt
     
    Hunt, Jun 26, 2004
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  10. dale

    dale Guest

    Yes. Thanks very much everyone
     
    dale, Jun 27, 2004
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    todd radel Guest

    I just use the lasso tool and click anywhere on the graphic
     
    todd radel, Jun 27, 2004
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