Fri, Nov 11, 2011 7:24 PM
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Hi, I am using photoshop CS5. I am
working with electron microscopy images that are in gray "color" only. I
need to use the deformation tools and free transformation. In free
transformation a selection separating the image in 9 squares with 2
horizontal and 2 vertical lines.
1- I would love to know how to
increase the numbers of these h & v lines since I need to apply very
subtle warping deformation to my images
2- Since my images are
grey and the line of the selection too... I would also love to know how
to change the color of these lines
Thank you so much
then Dave answered:
Do you mean the grid?
If so, you can set it in Preferences - Guides, Grids and Slices where you choose divisions, subdivisions and colour.
This screenshot is CS6 , the oldest version I have installed, but the options are the same
I precised my point:
Thanks for your interest
I was not clear, I wrote grid/net/web trying to describe le colors of
the lines that border the 9 squares that appears when you go Ctrl+T
(transformation) then click on the icon that allows switchs between free
transform and deform:
lines are grey and I cannot see them on the image I work with. Is there
a way to change this parameter of color somewhere from gray to say red ?
Thanks a lot
No, at present the Warp
grid is limited to 9 squares and the grid is fixed at light grey / dark
grey depending on the content behind it.
There is an old and ongoing feature request for more squares here, you may wish to add your comments:
Photoshop: Adjustable grid size for the warp tool | Photoshop Family Customer Community
Hi Dave thanks a lot for your time
and expertise, too bad for me thought. It is strange that you can
parameter all grids, lines etc and not this one. I guess it is the same
problem with de puppet tool the lines are also light gray by default and
not parametrable ? Well photoshop is alike us almost perfect but
perfectible. Thanks anyway.
Well every thing is said already above, the improvement of this tool has been called for years now. May be in a couple of version we will see this improvement coming. Have a nice one.
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How can we improve?
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