Anytime you create a selection, you have to deselect it yourself "cmd or ctrl +d" when you decide when you are done. If it deselected automatically after the operation and you wanted to perform another step in the selection, you would have to reselect, and you would not like that.
Also did you know Content-Aware Crop does the same thing as you show and does not leave the selection?
Of course it would fill all empty wedges, not just the one you select.
thanks for the answer ,i know the crop tool as the content-aware feature
Anytime you create a selection, you have to deselect it yourself "cmd or ctrl +d" when you decide when you are done.
I would like to fill the blank white are on the left with fill-content aware
how can I do it without selecting the white part?
i have selected the white part ->windows shift+f5 (fill ) content aware and deselect but the lines are still there
Oh, now I see. To eliminate the white dashes, move the selection into the picture just a little so content-aware can sample it and cover those white dashes.
Hi thanks gener7
it's works , but it's weird that when i use the crop tool + content-aware it does not leave dashes
in short to avoid dashes ,the best way is to select the white part ->with the magic wand tool -> select menu (change selection) because with the right click i have NOT the possibility to change selection) and expand a little
is the right way?
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Content Aware Crop analyzes the entire photo and can calculate how to fill in the empty space.
A selection is different, it can't sample effectively past the area you select, so you do have to modify or expand the selection to get a bit more of the photo. That should work in eliminating the white dashes.