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Troublesome new feature

Troublesome new feature

Troublesome new feature

For PC:  In CS5, when moving a photograph, if I grab it near the center the photo will move within it's own framework and all or part of it can disappear.  Is there any way to disable this feature?

Thanks in advance!

RE: Troublesome new feature

Under the view menu > extra's > Hide content grabber.

By the way, I like it


RE: Troublesome new feature

Thank You!!!

I find it troublesome when moving a lot of photos around.  What do you like it for?  I can't determine what it's purpose would be.  

RE: Troublesome new feature

I like it because I don't have to switch between the select tool (black arrow) and the direct select tool (white arrow) to change the dimensions of my frame (black arrow) and the dimensions of the content (white arrow).

When I move my black arrow over the sides of the imported picture it moves or crops the container, by moving the same arrow overr the content, I can change the dimensions or reposition my content.


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