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I am working on this new image and I can't figure out whats going on with the straightening and fill. It's not completely filling and leaving these little dotted lines. I am using the ruler to straighten and then selecting the blank areas and auto filling them. I really don't want to go around the entire image with the clone stamp if i don't have to just to cover the dots. 322741236_3K0A0246soor.thumb.jpg.f94599ed2da93ec68ff41d8d30492793.jpg1900274566_Screenshot(19).thumb.png.7cead598950ed13fcada18ebe75b3cdd.png1528418296_3K0A0246straighten.thumb.jpg.6570c2920877766eece89fb2576344ce.jpg

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Ok, I tried it exactly like the directions. still getting same results. The image is rotating and straightening just fine.   I am using the magic wand tool to select the area needing to be filled. Then I use content aware fill and it does a great job except for the dotted line where the original image is.

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Screenshot please.

After using the magic wand you'll need to go to Select>Modify>Expand to enlarge the selection by a few pixels.

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Do you have a link to walk me through? I am not exactly sure what you mean.

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20 minutes ago, Damien Symonds said:

After using the magic wand you'll need to go to Select>Modify>Expand to enlarge the selection by a few pixels.

There's nothing else to explain.  Just do this.  Before Content Aware.

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Figured out your steps  with enlarging selection, but Still the same results with stupid dotted line .

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I tried a few more times, increased the selection by even more and that helped. Thanks for helping!

 

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