Yes, I know where the options to select the arrowheads are (ex: start/end, concavity...etc). But when I create my line, none of the arrowheads are displayed. Not sure what the problem is? Is there an option I may have inadvertently selected which may have turned these off? I am using in Windows Photoshop 5.5. I've used them on this desktop before, again - not sure what's going on here.
Also, is there an option to add arrowheads automagically to the Pen tool in photoshop?
Many thanks -
Try resetting the line tool by right clicking on the line icon and choosing reset tool:
And check that the color in the tool options bar is not the same as the document color.
If that doesn't help could you post a screenshot?
Your talking about photoshop cs5 and not the old photoshop 5.5?
In case it is photoshop 5.5 reset the line tool under (window>options) Line Options
Also check that the foreground color in the toolbox is not the same color as the document.
Message was edited by: R_Kelly
Thanks guys, but I figured it out. My width and length were only set at "50" for whatever reason, not sure why? When I set it to "600" each, the arrows reappeared. Thanks for the replies. I'm so used to Fireworks, just wrapping my head around Photoshop.
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