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Moving the Curser in PSE

Explorer ,
Mar 08, 2019

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When I select a polygon lasso tool and I move the curser and touch a scroll bar, the curser moves very rapidly in that direction.

I understand that when moving the curser I can hold down the space bar to control this

and move the image but it seems cumbersome and slow.

Is there a way around this please?

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John

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Moving the Curser in PSE

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When I select a polygon lasso tool and I move the curser and touch a scroll bar, the curser moves very rapidly in that direction.

I understand that when moving the curser I can hold down the space bar to control this

and move the image but it seems cumbersome and slow.

Is there a way around this please?

Many thanks

John

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LEGEND ,
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The space bar only moves the image when zoomed in. It may be easier when working with selection tools to press Ctrl+0 to fit the image to screen.

Have you tried the Auto-Selection tool – see image below.

Simply select the tool and drag a box or shape around your object. The selection should snap to the outline when you release the mouse.

Auto-Selection.jpg

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Explorer ,
Mar 11, 2019

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Thanks ACP for the help

I find the auto selection tool is very good for  sharp images but when they are soft it is better to use the polygon lasso tool

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