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I've just started learning how to use Photoshop. So I have been going through the built in tutorails. I get to "Get to know selections". The one with the fruit. I get to stage 2 of 4. Where you draw around the fruit and use the eye dropper tool, then use EDIT and FILL. After this, it won't let me click next to move onto the next step. Is this a bug, or am I missing something here?
Any help would greatly be appreciated.
It sounds like it is the tutorial that you are having an issue with rather than Photoshop. Can you give us thhe link to that tutorial?
There's no link, as it is a built in tutorial within Photoshop. It gives you instructions highlighted in blue, on what to do.
"After this, it won't let me click next to move onto the next step. Is this a bug"
Those tutorials don't let you go to the next step unless you have completed the current step as it expects you to. Can you show a screen shot of your screen and include what the tutorial has told you to do? We should be able to spot the issue.
It's not a very good tutorial. You need to deselect - you still have the marching ants? cnt / cmd +d to deselect or go to the select dropdown menu and choose deselect.
Hi, I deselcted the marching ants, and it's still the same unfortunately.
This is definitely a bug. I get to the same step:
It's acting like I'm still in the Fill dialog, even though I completed that step. Can't click Next.
Thanks for confirming this. I thought it may have been something, I had done wrong.
Yes. That's a bug and it should be fixed in the latest Photoshop update, 22.2. Please let me know if it doesn't work for you in PS 22.2.
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Sorry to say that in November I started learning Photoshop and had the same problem. I was told to use the online tutorials instead. So, apparently, the issue still exists.
Hi @Lillian21793234x9fn ,
Apparently, the bug they fixed wasn't this one. My apologies. If you are having problems with the Edit>Fill step, it is likely because previous Fill dialog box settings have persisted. Please try again and ensure that, in addition to selecting Foreground Color, you also select Mode=Normal and Opacity=100%.
Please let me know how it goes.