5 Replies Latest reply on Sep 5, 2012 2:35 AM by Nastase.Denisa

    Annoying bounding border on shapes.

    jameswood69 Level 1

      Hi Everyone!

       

      I'm just guns blazing in Photoshop CS6 and enjoying every feature of it, but I have this on issue that I think Adobe has overlooked.

       

      In previous Photoshop when you create a shape and open the "Blending Options" window your shape would look like this (if you have the "shape" deselected in the layers palette.

       

      Example 1.:

      1.jpg

       

      But now in Photoshop CS6 I don't have the option to do so, I'm stuck with this shape bounding border, and it's a real pain when doing website mockups or other things for that matter.

       

      Example 2.:

      2.jpg

       

      Example 3.:

       

      3.jpg

       

      As you can see above if I wanted to add a 1 pixel inner shadow to work as a highlight, I can't see a proper preview of it. Unless I hit ok and deselect the shape.

       

      I hope anything of this makes sense. I checked the prefererence, but couldn't find anything. How can I report this to Adobe, so they can fix it for their next patch.

       

       

       

      Peace.