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Command H does not hide marching ants anymore

Explorer ,
Mar 04, 2020 Mar 04, 2020

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Using a Mac with CC 20.  Used to be that CMD H would hide the marching ants of a selection.  Now it hides Photoshop. What happened?  How do I fix this, or use a different key to hide the ants?

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Engaged , Mar 05, 2020 Mar 05, 2020

Sorry I forgot that fixing this behavior has changed - not sure which version or OS - but now:

In Photoshop go Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts, go to View, and change the shortcut for Extras to Cmd-H.

You'll get a warning that this changes an OS shortcut which is fine (I think the OS shortcut changes to Cmd-Ctrl-H). You may need to quit Photoshop and relaunch, but Cmd-H will hide marching ants after that.

 

Otherwise you can continue to use Cmd-Ctl-H to hide selections.

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New Here , Jan 21, 2021 Jan 21, 2021

Sorry for the confusion. PS 2021 on Mac

Go to

- Edit

     -Keyboard Shortcuts

           -Select

               - View - (Then finally)

                     - Selection Edges.

 

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New Here ,
Dec 22, 2021 Dec 22, 2021

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Hello ! 

I recently experiment exactly the same problem as you...

On a Macbook Air M1 under Mac OS 12.1 : this is new...

 

I've trye many different solution, and no succes. Including modifi the text of the Préference Keyboard Shortcuts in Application Support.

 

Nothing worked... 

 

Any new informations ?

 

 

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Community Expert ,
Dec 25, 2021 Dec 25, 2021

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@Jean-François Vibert bonjour!

je remarque que CMD+H est listé deux fois, qu'en est-il s'il n'est utilisé que dans l'un des deux raccourcis ? Normalement, il devrait y avoir un message d'erreur, non?

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