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That's the way it works. Any changes you make in ACR, you can change but also in ACR.
To get rid of the crop, or any image straightening that you have applied:
Re-open the image in ACR; select the Crop tool; Control click on the image and choose "Clear Crop" from the Contextual menu.
Use "Edit>Develop Settings>Clear Settings".
I replied to your thread in the Bridge Macintosh forum, suggesting just what Thomas Knoll told you in #2.
> Use "Edit>Develop Settings>Clear Settings".
The crop has nothing to do with Camera Default Settings.
Hi I've read through this thread and it seems as if i would be right here, because I as well have a problem with the cropping function of ACR. Here is what happens:
Whenever I crop a picture even if it is only the slightest increment it will reduce the size of the outcoming pictrure to 4x6 inches and the display where usually the DPI number is shown changes from DPI to 4x6.
I don't know where that came from and I don't know how to get rid of it.
So if somebody has any idea than let me know, please!!!
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