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STRAIGHTENING IN CROP QUESTION

New Here ,
Jul 10, 2020

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I use the Rule of Thirds grid in the crop tool. When using crop tool, I crop slightly then use the curved arrows outside the crop lines to straighten the picture. As soon as I push the track pad I get a grid with so many lines I can't see the details in the picture well enough to straighten it. Is there any way to change this annoying grid so that when I'm trying to straighten a picture with the curved arrows the grid stays in Rule of Thirds?

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STRAIGHTENING IN CROP QUESTION

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Jul 10, 2020

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I use the Rule of Thirds grid in the crop tool. When using crop tool, I crop slightly then use the curved arrows outside the crop lines to straighten the picture. As soon as I push the track pad I get a grid with so many lines I can't see the details in the picture well enough to straighten it. Is there any way to change this annoying grid so that when I'm trying to straighten a picture with the curved arrows the grid stays in Rule of Thirds?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 10, 2020

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You can toggle the grid on and off while you are in the middle of cropping. Use the wheel that is next to the grid settings where you pick Rule of Thirds.

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Jul 10, 2020

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Hi,

Under the click down menu for choosing "Rule of Thirds" there is a secondary menu "Never Show Overlay". This will eliminate the grid all together. See below

Screen Shot 2020-07-10 at 2.38.32 PM.png

 

Hope this helps

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