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when i try control clicking or comand clicking on my object of the dripping paint im not able tooScreenshot 2022-04-10 at 11.06.27 am.png

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Apr 10, 2022 Apr 10, 2022

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That looks like a Safari window, do you have a Photoshop-related question? 

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Hi

I assume you mean Ctrl/CMD clicking on the layers thumbnail to make a selection as per this tutorial, can you post a screenshot of the Photoshop interface with all the pertinent panels opened

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The tutorial screen shows Windows while your screen shows Mac. On a Mac, use Cmd+Click, but not on the photo.

  • Cmd+Click on the photo will select the layer in the Layers panel
  • Cmd+Click on the thumbnail in the appropriate layer in the Layers panel will select all of the pixels on the layer as shown in the tutorial
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