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Selecting Brush Tool;reverse selection;#Very anxious, quickly update it!!!#


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I'm not good at English ,but I don't mean shortcut keys. 

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Selecting Brush Tool (W):

Selecting the Brush Tool (W) 。Selected bias.so I cannot accurately select the content I want, and there will be deviation. need to adjust the selection several times.
Photoshop, can pick out what you want all at once. Not as good as the Magic Wand tool in Photoshop.

reverse selection(Command + Shift + I):

Selecting the shape, reverse selection, is not what I want

As shown in the figure, I selected the shape in the figure, and the reverse selection result I wanted was all blank area, but it didn't work out.

 

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reverse selection;#Very anxious, quickly update it!!!

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I think the poster meant this:

  • The accuracy of the selection brush algorithm(s) is not up to par with the selection brush in Adobe Photoshop
  • Using control + i should inverse the active selection (we all have it muscle memory) instead of control + shift + i (I agree)

@minta you can customize keyboard shortcuts here: Edit -> Preferences ->  Keyboard Shortcuts

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I just opened the current Photoshop and executed the described commands.

That by the command Control + I the selection reverses is also not in Photoshop the case, but also only with Control + Shift + I possible.

The command Control + I is the command Invert, so from positive to negative. The commands are the same in both programs in the current version.

And I don't remember that you could use the Control + I command to invert the selection, and I've known Photoshop since version 4.

But if it is so important that you want the command to be different, then you have to change it manually in the keyboard shortcut settings.

The Invert command (control + I) is under Layers and the Invert Pixel Selection command (control + Shift + I) is under Select.

Regarding the inaccuracy in selecting is almost identical in both programs. Also got a mismatch in Photoshop when I inverted the selection.

I found another problem for this with the quick selection tool. I reported this error in the forum last night and even attached two videos.

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My fault. Control + shift + i is also reverse selection in Photoshop. Obviously I work more with masks than selections. 😕

 

  • "The user interface is supposed to work for me - I am not supposed to work for the user interface."
  • Computer-, operating system- and software agnostic; I am a result oriented professional. Look for a fanboy somewhere else.
  • “When a wise man points at the moon the imbecile examines the finger.” ― Confucius
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