Frequent question: How do I use content aware fill in Photoshop?

Why cant I use content aware fill in Photoshop?

If you don’t have the option to use content aware fill, check the layer you’re working on. Make sure the layer is not locked, and is not an adjustment layer or a smart object. Also check that you have a selection active on which to apply the content aware fill.

What is the shortcut to fill in Photoshop?

The Fill Command in Photoshop

  1. Option + Delete (Mac) | Alt + Backspace (Win) fills with the foreground color.
  2. Command + Delete (Mac) | Control + Backspace (Win) fills with the background color.
  3. Note: these shortcuts work with several types of layers including Type and Shape layers.

Where is fill in Photoshop?

The fill tool is located in your Photoshop toolbar on the side of your screen. At first glance, it looks like an image of a bucket of paint. You’ll need to click on the paint bucket icon to activate the fill tool. Once you click on it, a tiny menu bar with two options pops up.

Why can’t I Content Aware Scale?

You can’t use Content-Aware Scale on a flattened image (an image that doesn’t support transparency). If your image has a layer named Background, click the lock icon to the right of the layer name in the Layers palette. Choose Image→ Canvas Size. If increasing the pixel dimensions, resize the canvas as required.

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