Can someone please explain how to use the Scale function in the Image Georeference panel in ArcGIS Pro?
When I select scale, the image goes transparent a bit and a yellow dot appears at the center of the image:
If you hover the mouse over this yellow dot you can see what appear to be 'grips' at the corners and mid-edge point on the image, but as soon as you move off the yellow dot these disappear:
I've tried clicking the yellow dot and dragging, but this just causes the image to again disappear off screen?
What am I missing?!?
Thanks Kory, it does work if I try it in another project...
I was thinking it should have been that easy, but the grab handles kept disappearing whenever the cursor left the Yellow anchor dot in the original project.
This is still a problem for me as described by Warren. I hate to have to open a whole new project just to get this tool to work when it worked fine yesterday in my old project. Any updates of fixing this bug?
I have been having the same issue and did not want to start a new project to georeference. I went to the "add commands" ribbon and added scale (search by name or under the georeference prepare tool options) and it added it to the ribbon. I selected the new tool from the ribbon and then also went back to the georeference tab and selected the scale tool; and the scale tool worked. I zoomed out to the whole raster and was able to grab the corners finally. This solution is not logical but it worked for me.