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sanktcolonist

Oh. My. God. These gray boxes showed up today and I had the sense of googling for a solution, and this fixed it. I remember a couple of years ago when I actually eventually uninstalled Photoshop because of these gray boxes and used Photoshop Elements again.

P Shah

THANKU SO MUCH. I AS SO ANNOYED WITH THESE SLICES. I THOT OF RE INSTALLING PSHOP. THANKU AGAIN.

Garage Door Replacement

I always thought that was true until I talked to my brother. He has a different opinion.

Marcus

Ya i've found this myself, after a while, thanx for the info though
Chris Reid, if i understand your question u need to draw a circle with an outline of a different color is that right?
well if so, what u can do is draw teh circle of the color u want it filled and then apply a "STROKE" effect of the desired color, u can find this feature by double clicking the layer u have the circle on u will see that STROKE is the last effect u can apply there chose color position and size, hope to be of help

Rachelle

Hey with the circle thing, Once you have your Circle spilled in, keep in selected then go Edit>Stroke> then pick your Pixel Size depending on how Far in you want your border to be, then below that you should be able to pick a colour.

-Rachelle

MICHAEL LEE

Thanks guys!! Another gray box (slice) victim who had pressed the wrong button. I had been trying to eradicate these demons to no avail for the last few days!
In 5 secs you fixed my problem !!
Have posted your site on my fav list permanently.

Have bought the "Photoshop 7 wow book" & "Teach yourself visually photoshop 7 " book" The best mannuals sure do com from the US!! And I'm from downunder!! Keep up the great work!!

Christopher Reid

Thank you so much! I have been able to get rid of these before but they appeared again and i didnt know how to get rid of them again and i have never known what to search for help, and FINALLY i got rid of the slice box!
Thanks Photoshop911, ill be recommending you and you will be at the top of my favourites list! ;)

Thanks Again,
Chris

Kevin Barrett

Thank you, I have at last got rid of those boxes! Now I am still struggling to draw a plain and simple circle with a border the size I want. The only way so far has been to draw two circles, one black and a smaller one white, please HELP!
Thanks
Kevin

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