Photoshop: Dragging tiled image edge threshold

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Is there a way to adjust the threshold for the area that lets you drag the edges of tiles for resizing? 

It's near impossible to get the little double ended slider arrow to even show, well known actually select it. Doubly so on a wacom.

Feels like the area is about one pixel (vertically or horizontally).

I either end up hitting the scroll bars, or accidentally tearing the whole image off (to a separate window).

Thanks.


Side question:
What is the difference between "Photoshop Family" and the photoshop forums on adobe.com? Why are they two different things? Seems confusing.
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Neal Bridgens

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Cristen Gillespie

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> It's near impossible to get the little double ended slider arrow to even show, well known actually select it. Doubly so on a wacom.>

I don't know any way to adjust the hit area for the edge between tiled documents, but I really feel your pain. I'm a Wacom user, too. I was actually thinking it was more like a subpixel width.  '-}

As I understand it, the difference between here and the regular adobe.com forums is here we discuss, often at length, issues, feature requests, and  bugs with an official Adobe presence, whereas the other forums are user -to-user. I do see that Adobe really is reading and responding here, although to some extent, Adobe personnel are spending more time than they used to on the user forums.
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Neal Bridgens

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Ah. Thanks for that explanation. I think I'll be more at home here.
:)

Then I suppose an adjustment to that hit area would be a feature request.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Neal, what is the resolution of your monitor? Wondering if this is exacerbated by being on a 4k or 5k monitor.
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Neal Bridgens

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2560x1440. Just old 72dpi, not retina.
I have a retina laptop, can't remember if it's any different of an experience. I'll check when I get a chance.