CS2 Using arrow keys to adjust the curve

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redwoodtwig
Nov 30, 2007
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I see in the help file that I should be able to move the curve in the curves dialog using the arrow keys. I’ve got an image open, I’ve used CTL-click to select a point on the image and now I want to adjust the curve and watch the info rgb numbers as I do, which needs the cursor to stay on the image. Any idea why the arrow keys don’t work? CS2 on Vista Home Basic.
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MisterMax
Dec 1, 2007
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I see in the help file that I should be able to move the curve in the curves dialog using the arrow keys. I’ve got an image open, I’ve used CTL-click to select a point on the image and now I want to adjust the curve and watch the info rgb numbers as I do, which needs the cursor to stay on the image. Any idea why the arrow keys don’t work? CS2 on Vista Home Basic.

I think you have to ctl-click to establish a point in the graph. Then you can ctl-drag the point. I don’t know how you fix a point on the graph by clicking on the image – the point always goes away. – Max
(CS2, Vista Office, or whatever the stupid OS is called.)


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