This is something that JUST started the past 2x I've opened up Photoshop CC. I have used PS for YEARS, and never had this, so not sure if it's an update or a setting I turned on, and if the latter, HOW DO I TURN IT OFF? haha
So basically when I choose a layer by merely clicking on the layer in the layer panel, it now puts up the transform frame (as seen in this pic) around the layer's object/item on the screen. This proves to be a very annoying feature (like I literally hiss and worse!!!) as it makes it difficult to drag it/move it without resizing, etc--especially for smaller objects. It used to only show up when I was "transforming" it... but there isn't even an option to approve the change (and thereby remove the frame). It's just there on any item once I click on that layer in the layer panel.
this is zoomed in to show you it on the small period. How the heck am I to move it without transforming it unless I zoom WAYYYYY in and at that point, I can't see where I'm moving it to.
I want to hug you right now.
THANK YOU. I must have accidentally clicked it on. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. Happy New Year!
My pleasure, that is such an easy thing to do by mistake and really irritating when you don't know how to turn it off. A very Happy New Year to you and your family.