So, I'm fairly new at this stuff... I just was in the middle of editing and tried to resize a panel and everytime I moved it, it added these blue lines and they wont go away.. I even tried creating a new project and dropping it in there but they are still there... It is driving me nuts!!! can somebody please help me!!!!
First some general forum info ... this silly forum software is a pain for some things ... but please, use the picture icon in the Reply box formatting bar ... after clicking it, drag/drop your image onto that dialog, and then it shows in your post rather than requiring people to download files to see it.
Second ... those are guidelines, note the ruler bars at top and left side? With those in place, clicking on one and dragging across the screen gives you a guidline where you let go of it. This is very useful for aligning graphic objects.
To turn them on/off, click the wrench icon in the Program monitor panel, and go down the the Ruler/Guides options.
oh, my bad!
Where exactly do I find that wrench icon?? I only see one down in the timeline and those options don't appear?
That realy helped me with the blue lines stuck too. Thanks!
The problem I'm having is similar, but not solved by your instructions. I see blue lines in the Program Monitor when I'm in the process of overlaying layers whose position changes in keyframes. Can't find what controls it, or, to be honest, know exactly what they're telling me
Thanks for any info.
Click on the wrench icon in the lower right corner of the Program monitor and in the drop down menu choose Clear Guides:
The guides are created when you drag from the rulers that are in the monitor.
If you are not using the Rulers on purpose, select Show Rulers to toggle them off.
I just found it!!!!
Life savers!!!! I appreciate it everybody!!!!!
Great, MtD! Can you explain what the circle with square in it and curved lines near it are telling me? I know it's related to how the image has been moved around, but I don't quite get what it's saying.
That is the path of the anchor point.