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Solved: Photoshop How to deactivate image sticking

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by aXz, Apr 19, 2010.

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  1. aXz

    aXz Thread Starter

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    Okay so listen, i have googled all over and i find no topics about how we can disable the sticking.
    If you still dont know what i mean imagine this: you have pasted a image on your image, you are about to place it somewere, but the image sticks it self in the corners and the image around.

    It's so annoying, cause i cant get the result i want, any photoshoppers know how?
     
  2. etaf

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    i'm not sure what you mean - any chance of a before and after image posted here - perhaps - jpg and a psd format (zipped)

    I will move to the digital imaging forum - may get more response there
     
  3. aXz

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    Say, that you have an image you can move it around lets say you want it in the center, you move the image against the center, but then somehow it automatecly sticks at the grey wall close to it..
     
  4. etaf

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    I have had a play with putiing a layer over a background and with the move tool I can move the image anywhere I like - There are some LOCK options on the layer which will lock the layers together - but nothing i could see to snap to a clolour or the corners..
    perhaps you could descibe what you do - ie
    Photoshop version (7,cs,cs4 etc)

    1) Open File Image1
    2) Open File Image 2
    3) Select image 2 - Select - Select all - edit - copy
    4) Select image 1 - paste
    5) window - show layer
    6) Click and highlight top layer
    7) Select move tool
    8) Move top layer
     
  5. Hughv

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    Is the image being pasted larger than the layer below?
     
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