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Ctrl+A does not re-enable Selection Edges #1614
As the title says, select all doesn't re-enable Selection Edges in View -> Show if it's turned off. Not really a big deal since, well, it selects all, but it leaves you a bit confused to if the program reacted to your input or not.
Sometimes I would prefer this functionality however, as selecting large amounts of individual pixels with the wand for example makes the program chug down to a crawl. (But remarkably it doesn't crash even after the program goes black for 6 seconds while loading.)
Hi @KashouC, actually, there is no selection command that re-enable the View > Show > Selection Edges option automatically.
This brings several issues:
So several things to be fixed.
Thanks for that video! My mistake here. It looks like I tried to replicate the Photoshop behavior, and now I'm not sure if that should work in that way
Let's make Ctrl+A re-enable the selection as you said originally. And maybe a new option to disable this "show selection edges automatically".