The toolbar in Camera RAW (V22.214.171.1242) of Adobe Photoshop Elements 2021 (V19.0) is missing. This toolbar should be located in the top-left corner of the Camera RAW program, but there is nothing there. What do I need to do to call up this toolbar? (OS Windows 10 Home V10.0.19041 Build 19041 64-bit, all updates installed).
The toolbar in Camera RAW (V126.96.36.1992) of Adobe Photoshop Elements 2021 (V19.0) is missing. This toolbar should be located in the top-left corner of the Camera RAW program, but there is nothing there.
No, the interface has been changed. The tool bar is now vertical on the right side.
Our problem is that the help file has not been updated to explain what is new and changed. So, your best bet is to ask here for each tool for which you want help. Hopefully, other users have already tested the new tool and may give help from their own tests. The new features are inherited from the full Photoshop version. Users of both Photoshop and Elements may have already an answer.
Thank you for your quick reply. I followed your advice and found the toolbar in the right upper corner as you said. My fault for not looking more closely. Thank you.
With the recent Ps update, I thought the crop tool (among others) would now be on the right. After selecting "Basic" it's still not there. The right side is blank.
@david hundley photography , are you talking about Photoshop Elements or Photoshop CC? (This is the Elements forum.) In Elements 2022, the crop tool has its own icon which opens its own panel. If you are not seeing something similar to the screenshot below, please give us a screenshot of your ACR Editor.
It looks to me that you are using the ACR filter on a jpeg file, not the ACR editor. I just took a quick look, and the crop tool is only present in the ACR edit dialog, not the ACR filter. Your crops should be performed in the main editor. This seems to make sense because the ACR editor can preserve the pixels from an original raw file. I don't think this can be done with a jpeg file.
Yes I figured it out after I sent the question.. Sorry..
As you pointed out: Camera Raw filter does not contain the crop tool.. Cropping is done in Photoshop..
The toolbar exists in the "standalone version".
Makes sense 🙂
Thank you for the response