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Jul 07, 2020

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I've been trying to sort this out for a day now without making much progress.  I have made a "select mask" and alls well to get a mask of the body and sweater.  However, I now want to make adjustments to the hair and clicking on the mask does't open the mask nor the hand tool in order to use the fine edge tool to refine the hair.  Any suggestons please very much welcome. Clicking on the mask next to the image doesn't do anything.

 

Sabina

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Right click on the mask in the layer panel and choose select and mask from the context menu.

 

If you prefer to double click the mask to open Select and Mask then go to Preferences > Tools and check " Double Click Layer Mask Launches Select and Mask Workspace"

 

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Masking problem

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I've been trying to sort this out for a day now without making much progress.  I have made a "select mask" and alls well to get a mask of the body and sweater.  However, I now want to make adjustments to the hair and clicking on the mask does't open the mask nor the hand tool in order to use the fine edge tool to refine the hair.  Any suggestons please very much welcome. Clicking on the mask next to the image doesn't do anything.

 

Sabina

Sr. Sabina
Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by davescm | Adobe Community Professional

Hi

Right click on the mask in the layer panel and choose select and mask from the context menu.

 

If you prefer to double click the mask to open Select and Mask then go to Preferences > Tools and check " Double Click Layer Mask Launches Select and Mask Workspace"

 

Dave

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Right click on the mask in the layer panel and choose select and mask from the context menu.

 

If you prefer to double click the mask to open Select and Mask then go to Preferences > Tools and check " Double Click Layer Mask Launches Select and Mask Workspace"

 

Dave

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Oh! how do I say thank you enough.  I spent the whole of yesterday trying to sort this out.

 

Thank you once again.

 

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