Andy Anderson of InfiniteSkills has a few quick tips on editing paths created with the pen tool in this Photoshop CS6 training video clip: http://infiniteskills.com/blog/2012/08/adobe-photoshop-cs6-tutorial-ed iting-pen-paths/
Hi, I recently purchase the Adobe creative suite 6. I used cs 5 before that. I am very disappointed because when I draw a path in photoshop I am unable to move the vector points in very small dgrees like I used to in cs5. When I draw a path that I want to copy and flip horizontally then join the two halves, in cs6 I have problems moving the adjoining points on the path in very tiny increments between the two halves of the object I want to join. I can't move the points like I used to do in cs5. The points snap into positions that are in increments that are larger than I want them to move. I am so disappointed. I do precision work and I am unable to control the points in a path precisely. I wish I never had upgraded to cs5. Also I used to be able to markee an area of a drawing to zoom in on a specific area. I can't do that anymore. My work is taking me a lot longer because I can't draw the paths the way I used to and I am frustrated. Can you help me?
I can't draw the paths the way I used to and I am frustrated. Can you help me?
Yeah. Try Unchecking "Transform Vector Tools and Transforms to Pixel Grid" in the Photoshop General Preferences.
Hope that works. Post back!