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57 Messages

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834 Points

Sat, Nov 25, 2017 10:53 AM

Trivial Undo Crop is not possible in Photoshop

Even if "Delete cropped pixels" is NOT (!!!!!) selected, it is not possible to simply undo a crop and go back to original image size with one click.

I am talking about undo a crop at any time and not only directly after cropping, when this is still be possible by Cmd-Z resp. Opt-Cmd-Z.

Photoshop knows the original Canvas and Image size at any time, but just does not offer this trivial function.

This is ridiculous.

By the way: Affinity Photo has no such problems. Also not after saving and reopening a .afphoto file.

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704 Messages

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9.4K Points

3 years ago

You can go back to the Crop Tool and click on the image.
Then you see the original image.

A quick way to uncrop is to go Image>Reveal All.
Only works if Delete Pixels is not checked.

57 Messages

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834 Points

Thank for help. I am working since years with Ps, but never found this. And it is simple why not: I searched it in the Crop menus - and not in a completely different, illogical menu position... However: 1000 thanks to you, it helped. (Y) 

57 Messages

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834 Points

Can I check you reply as "This helped" or "This solved my problem" or so?

57 Messages

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834 Points

3 years ago

Can I check you reply as "This helped" or "This solved my problem" or so?