Is there a good fast way to use Photoshop CS6's crop tool to crop to a particular width/height without having to go through the Size and Resolution dropdown?
With the crop tool selected, if I punch "10" and "50" into the two boxes next to Unconstrained, then Photoshop CS6 doesn't interpret this as 10pc wide by 50pc high. Instead, for a landscape-format photo it comes out as a 50x10 crop, and for a portrait image it comes out as 10x50.
Selecting "Size and Resolution" from the crop dropdown appears to solve this, but it is slower, since you have to dance through a modal dialog box. Is there a way to get the CS5-like behavior from the crop tool? Use Classic Mode does not appear to affect this.
Yeh, get in line.
At first I was a real proponent of the changes made in the new PS CS6 Crop Tool. But now after over a year of using it... it needs a lot of UI improvements. Easily accessing PPI crop parameters is one of them.