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About the crop tool

Explorer ,
Jun 05, 2024 Jun 05, 2024

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Hi, all.

I'm new to this program. Who knows how to make it so that when cropping an image, it is not the image boundaries that are reduced, but the image itself within the cropping boundaries is enlarged?
That is, the behavior would be the same as in the color and light correction toolbar when zooming in or out of an image using the mouse.
Or maybe you can somehow immediately crop the picture in the color toolbar itself, defining the boundaries with the mouse? It's more convenient. In terms of speed. And it’s visually clearer what and how to cut.
I looked in the help, but I’m still so “searchable” that I couldn’t find these key combinations.
Otherwise you have to take a frame from whatman paper and use it to determine what and how to cut, so that it is visually visible. But now it’s 2024, not the last century.

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