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Tried to paste an element (not vector) into the field when using vanishing point filter. Usual command+v does't work. The upper tabs in the menu don't work either.
(Function command+v, however, works perfectly with other actions in photoshop)
Nobody can tell you anything without exact system info or other technical details like exact PS version. Just saying that it doesn't work is not good enough.
I've recently played with this tool and Comm+V is the way to go, so you're doing this correctly. How are you bringing your artwork into your clipboard? I like to select the artwork from a pixel based layer before going into the filter.
Here is a video of my steps: https://youtu.be/rs_Dta-eDGY
I hope you find this information helpful Cheers!
dont work, waste of time
I have the same problem, have you figured it out?
- You have to make sure your layers are rasterized.
- The vanishing point has to be an a seperate blank layer.
- Make sure the vanishing point grid is blue.
- When you copy the layer, select the layer with marquee tool, then copy. ( I don't know if this helps, but is worth trying)
This is what helped me.
I saw a tutorial, and they skipped mentioning the part with marquee tool.
I was trying to make it right for like an hour before I lost my patience and found your responce.
Thanks a million!
this is the real correct answer