Never mind — I unchecked Show Selection in the View menu and it went away.
> On Jul 1, 2016, at 6:58 AM, Rick Snedeker <rs...@comcast.net> wrote:
> There are 2 layers, a background and a 2nd.
> I selected a portion of the 2nd layer and added a layer mask > Selection >
> I then applied the layer mask which showed the intended image in the
> background layer below, but after a moment it refreshed and became obscured
> by the diagonal lines of my selection.
> My next step was to merge the 2nd layer into the background layer, which
> momentarily looked correct but again became obscured by the diagonal
> selection lines.
> Do I need to flatten the image to make the selection lines go away?
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