Is there any way to never have the selected bounding boxes and outlines in a layer shown in yellow?

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 This question is Not Answered.  DesignDivala DesignDivala Apr 3, 2019 1:07 PM In Photoshop up to date CC - Is there any way to never have the selected bounding boxes and outlines in a layer shown in yellow? like delete it from the rotation? I always, always always have to change it so I can see what I am doing. (I do know I can change it, but it is really irritating)
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> like delete it from the rotation?

Rotation? Photoshop doesn't automatically assign colors to layers and the objects on that layer like AI does. So there's no rotation of colors for extras (like the Transform bounding box) that I'm aware of.

Are you talking about the color of the Controls when you bring up Transform, or something different? Because there's no reason for it to be yellow if you keep changing it to another color. Mine, for instance, doesn't change. So I'd be concerned that your Preferences aren't getting written properly, or at all, on a normal exit of the program. Delete Prefs and start over, perhaps? After saving any presets you've not saved first, of course.

If you're not talking about that, could you be more descriptive or give us a screenshot of the problem, and tell us what OS you're running?

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Can you post a screen shot of what you're describing?