How do I remove moving lines around my images in Photoshop?

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  1. Fo Sho

    Fo Sho Banned

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    I know that they will not appear when saved, it's just they block my vision on some things. Pleas help
  2. rofl.

    rofl. Banned

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    Wrong section.

    Do ctrl + D to deselect.
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    lol so random, reported to be moved to the right section. as stated above, ctrl+d removes your selection.
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    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    sageDieu Banned

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    Or, you could go along with your non-conformist ways (wrong section

    Please Register or Log in to view images

    ) and press ALT then press the arrow key to the right until it highlights the "Select" menu. Then take the mouse with your right toe and click Deselect. Win.
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    Or, you can even Right Click > Deselect.

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