2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 13, 2009 9:09 PM by Mobius Strip

    After the user draws a selection, switch to "transform selection" mode.

    Mobius Strip Level 2

      This is another common requirement made cumbersome by Photoshop: You draw a rectangular selection and want to adjust its edges.  You have to go to the Select menu and choose "Transform selection" every time; there isn't even a hotkey for it.


      There's no reason for this.  Once the selection is drawn (the mouse button is released), the user has to press a modifier key to add to or subtract from the selection; as long as no modifier key is pressed, the selection should transformable with no tool switch required.  This wouldn't interfere with any other manipulation.


      If the user clicks on a selection path with the arrow tool, the bounding box should appear and again be transformable, but in this case the modifier keys will invoke their usual constraints.