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May 02, 2006

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Photoshop problems - sadly I have no photoshop. Was it only the one picture or was it happening with any picture? If it's only the one pic - did you try uploading the pic to a new name? Even opening it whatever Apple has that might be the equivalent of Windows "paint" and resaving it?

If it's more than one pic - could you be maxing out on space? How much do you have left on the disk you're currently working on? You do tons of pics that's why I thought of that one.

Otherwise I can't help. *sigh*

As for photoshopping pictures - do you ever feel you just can't trust any picture you see now days? It's so easy to change things.

The cigarette is a tiny change - it doesn't effect Pollock, he's long gone. But it begs the question, "What else might you be changing for our own good WITHOUT our knowledge?"

I no longer view pictures as evidence of anything - video either for that matter. There must be other corroborating evidence to go along with them.

"Political tags - such as royalist, communist, democrat, populist, fascist, liberal, conservative, and so forth - are never basic criteria. The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire."

- Robert A. Heinlein

My nature, if it is human would that I were dictator to put an end to the exposition of ideas that I feel are wrong or lacking in what I decide is common sense. Naturally I know in my heart that I am right. Unfortunately those clowns feel the same way about me. Therefore we have to suffer democracy and hope that as Winnie said it is the worst form of government except for all the rest

You could try...
"After selecting the crop tool, but before dragging out a crop rectangle, click the clear button on the options bar and the tool will behave normally again."

Brian: It worked for the crop tool but not the marquee tool . . . sigh.

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