In the old days, CS2, I would crop in PS by entering width and height and leaving resolution blank. The idea was not to rez up or down. Now CS3 won't let me leave the resolution blank; it puts in 1 if I don't put in a # (I'm using a Mac Leopard machine). Is there a work around? Am I missing something?
Secondly, I've started using ACR to do cropping. But, doesn't this raise the same problem as you have to indicate a resolution when you open a file? I have a feeling I'm missing something simple, so please enlighten me :-)) I seem to remember in the Camera to Print tutorial something about this, but couldn't find it. Thanks.
( Jeff, if you respond, I'll forward a photo of you stalking the seal that bit you :-))
I thought this might have been corrected as I had not been able to type anything in the crop tool, and then magically I could. In ACR don't you have to indicate a resolution to open a CR file? Or is that a Leopard issue also? And, if you have cropped in ACR, don't you have the same problem if you open all images at, say, 360 dpi?