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Selection tool won't resize photo.

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Heres a video to help show my problem- I searched this problem up on the web and turns out lots of people have the same problem, but they all have the same answer: turn on the "show bounding box" option, and that will help. But my bounding box is already on (or thats what it says atleast.) and it still wont resize. Any help or advice will be helpful thank you 🙂

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Quitting all applications and restarting the entire machine is very often the one and only solution if weird and unexpected things happen.

 

Sometimes users tend to run their machines and applications without lulls for a very long time (weeks, months, sometimes even years). Computers and applications still don't like that. They need a catnap sometimes.

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Selection tool won't resize photo.

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Heres a video to help show my problem- I searched this problem up on the web and turns out lots of people have the same problem, but they all have the same answer: turn on the "show bounding box" option, and that will help. But my bounding box is already on (or thats what it says atleast.) and it still wont resize. Any help or advice will be helpful thank you 🙂

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Correct answer by Kurt Gold | Adobe Community Professional

Quitting all applications and restarting the entire machine is very often the one and only solution if weird and unexpected things happen.

 

Sometimes users tend to run their machines and applications without lulls for a very long time (weeks, months, sometimes even years). Computers and applications still don't like that. They need a catnap sometimes.

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What happens if you quit Illustrator and all other applications, restart your computer and then launch Illustrator again?

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wow. Well i wouldnt say that turning it off is the solution but it worked hahaha- thank you man.

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Quitting all applications and restarting the entire machine is very often the one and only solution if weird and unexpected things happen.

 

Sometimes users tend to run their machines and applications without lulls for a very long time (weeks, months, sometimes even years). Computers and applications still don't like that. They need a catnap sometimes.

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