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Select and Mask - Selection is invisible

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Hi There,

 

I have a picture of a person, I want to remove the background.

 

I select "Select and Mask"

Now I select "Select Subject"

 

Prior, there was a visible selection around the person.

Now, no selection is visible anymore.

 

How do I get the selection back?

Even if I use "Qucik Selection Tool" there is no selection visible.

 

"Reset the Workspace" button did not solved the issue.

 

Thanks,

M.P.

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Correct answer by jane-e | Adobe Community Professional

You can cycle between the different views in the upper right. While each has its own shortcut, "F" will cycle between each of them, so try pressing that until you see the marching ants.

 

One other thought: make sure the marching ants are not hidden. Cmd+H (Ctrl+H) is the shortcut.

 

~ Jane

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Select and Mask - Selection is invisible

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Hi There,

 

I have a picture of a person, I want to remove the background.

 

I select "Select and Mask"

Now I select "Select Subject"

 

Prior, there was a visible selection around the person.

Now, no selection is visible anymore.

 

How do I get the selection back?

Even if I use "Qucik Selection Tool" there is no selection visible.

 

"Reset the Workspace" button did not solved the issue.

 

Thanks,

M.P.

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by jane-e | Adobe Community Professional

You can cycle between the different views in the upper right. While each has its own shortcut, "F" will cycle between each of them, so try pressing that until you see the marching ants.

 

One other thought: make sure the marching ants are not hidden. Cmd+H (Ctrl+H) is the shortcut.

 

~ Jane

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You can cycle between the different views in the upper right. While each has its own shortcut, "F" will cycle between each of them, so try pressing that until you see the marching ants.

 

One other thought: make sure the marching ants are not hidden. Cmd+H (Ctrl+H) is the shortcut.

 

~ Jane

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Thanks jane-e!

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You're welcome, Mister Painter! 😊

~ Jane

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