Friday, March 25, 2011
Tip #84. If you change settings in the options bar, those settings become the default setting. The next time you use the tool, that’s what you are going to get. This can be very convenient, in that you don’t have to adjust things to get your preferred settings each time. It can also be a major frustration when you change to something obscure and can’t remember what you did, because you changed that tool a week ago and haven’t opened Photoshop since. The first thing to look at when your tool does funky things is the settings in the options bar.