In Photoshop CS6, the moment you select the Crop Tool, a "cropping bounding box" appears instantly over the image.
This didn't happen in CS5. In CS5 I would be able to click and start dragging the Crop Tool 'outside' the image and then drag into it so that my "cropping bounding box" (don't know what to call it) would snap to the edges of the image.
In CS6, since this box is automatically there already over the entire image, clicking outside the image invokes some unwanted rotation action which is very annoying.
Does anyone know if there is a way to switch this behavior off?
(This happens when Classic Mode is on or off.)