Go Help > About Photoshop if you do not show 19.1.0 (I think) then check for updates.
If you do have the right version, one thing to check is which workspace you're in, because different workspaces can show, hide, or rearrange tools to places you aren't expecting.
To reset everything to the way it's documented in the help file, first choose Window > Workspace > Essentials (Default). If you still don't see the tool you want, choose Window > Workspace > Reset Essentials.
If that still doesn't do it, try resetting preferences: Open Preferences > General, click Reset Preferences on Quit, then quit and restart Photoshop.
It doesn't work for me. I have the tools only available when I go to select and select "select and Mask".
Select Subject is a command or button, not a tool, so when you click the Select menu, is the Subject command there? It should be in the same group of commands as Color Range and Focus Area.
If you aren't seeing the Magic Wand or Quick Selection tools, attach a screen shot of the Tools panel to your next reply in case that helps us see what's going on.
Select Subject is in the select menu!
Here is the tools panel:
The Tools panel didn't show up in your post. If you were posting by email, you may have to post in the web forum to have the image appear in the thread.
I replied with email. Here is the web version:
For you the select Subject is in the select menu at least. For me it's not!
Not if nobody shares pictures. To post a screen shot do NOT reply by email. Come to the forum. Type reply. Use the insert graphics button.
I have a similar problem/iussue. The new "select subject" option is not present nowhere. I cecked my version number after the update, ofc and its 19.1. But on select menu, on select/mask window or in any selection tool....the command "select subject" (as i saw i many review) is not present. What i have to do? Thank you)
anyone can help us?
OK - Since no-one is putting up screenshots this is what it should look like - and what we want to see in your screenshots:
1. The Select menu
2. Inside select and mask. Note the select subject button only appears with the quick select tool selected. It will dissappear if you switch to the other tools
3. If the any tools are missing from the toolbar go to the three dots - then choose Edit toolbar settings and restore defaults
You can also check your workspace as different workspaces alter the toolbar content
Finally Select Subject requires Photoshop CC v 19.1 which you can check in Photoshop>Help>System Info and looks like this :
As I said before. I can select subject, but only when I go to select and mask I see the quick select tool etc.I try my screenshot again:
Have you tried resetting the toolbar?
In Windows go to Edit > Toolbar then click Restore defaults
I am working MAC os and I tried to reset the toolbar, but I am not sure if I did the right thing! I just noticed that on my old mac, using PS cc2017 I see quick select in the tool bar. Just to confirm can you please tell me how to reset the tool bar on a mac?
i have also same situation , i have been updete to Adobe Photoshop Version: 19.1.4 20180507.r.325 2018/05/07: 1170750 x64
but the select tool dosent appear , i reset all the tools and Reset Preferences on Quit but dosent appear
Hello, Please post a screenshot of the Photoshop interface, so that we can see if you are in the correct workspace (top right of the interface), if the toolbar is modified, etc
I have the same problem.
Here is my "Sistem Inforation":
Versión de Adobe Photoshop: 19.1.5 20180604.r.346 2018/06/04: 1175273 x64
Número de inicios: 3
Sistema operativo: Windows 10 64 bits
Versión: 10 o posterior 10.0.17134.1
Arquitectura del sistema: Intel Familia CPU:6, Modelo:14, Versión:3 con MMX, Número entero SSE, SSE FP, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, AVX2, HyperThreading
Cantidad de procesadores físicos: 2
Cantidad de procesadores lógicos: 4
Vel. del procesador: 2400 MHz
Memoria incorporada: 16316 MB
Memoria libre: 10448 MB
Memoria disponible para Photoshop: 14926 MB
Memoria usada por Photoshop: 70 %
Capas de alias: Deshabilitado.
Paleta de teclas modificadoras: Habilitado.
Tamaño de azulejos de la imagen: 128K
Niveles de caché de imagen: 4
Vista previa de fuentes: Medio
Mostrar límites: superior= 0, izquierdo= 0, inferior= 768, derecho= 1366
Here is the environment you are refering to:
I've alrready done all said in this post, restoring to default all the tools, Photoshop, etc. But I still do not have my "Magic Button" "Select subject".
What else can I do?.
Thank you very much indeed to all of you
look at my pic. I have not the select subject option. i tried to restore and reset everything.
I did, but it is hard to read.
herasymcuk If you are not seeing the tool with 19.1 then try
a. Resetting the tools
if that does not work
b. Reset Preferences . Go to Preferences >General >Reset Preferences on Quit and then close and restart Photoshop
It works after resetting and restarting Photoshop: b. Reset Preferences . Go to Preferences >General >Reset Preferences on Quit and then close and restart Photoshop
it doesn't work for me. i tried it several times.