what flash pro version are you using?
are you using the same stroke (10.35) when zoomed and not zoomed?
This might happen if you have different 'Scale' settings for different strokes present on the Stage. For consistency, can you try selecting all the strokes on stage and set the same Scale value in the properties panel.
If you set the scaling as None, the stroke size would appear constant for any level of manification. Whereas, on setting the scale as Normal, the strokes also scale according to the magnification level and would appear bigger on zooming in.
Hope this helps. Thanks!
CS6, Apple OSX 10.8.3, and yes. The stroke appears normal after I've drawn it, but it looks enormous when I'm in the process of drawing it. This makes it difficult to draw precisely.
My scaling is set to "none." My strokes remain a consistent size (10.35) regardless of whether or not I am zoomed in, but the stroke appears enormous when I'm in the process of drawing a line. As soon as I release my tablet's pen from the tablet, the stroke reverts to 10.35.
Ordinarily, this wouldn't be much of a problem, but it makes it very difficult to draw with precision when I am zoomed in. Thanks, anyway!
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that's normal expected behavior if scale is set to none in cs6.
that may be handled differently in cc. i'll test tomorrow if noone else checks.
This behavior has been changed in Flash CC. Now when you draw with the pencil tool even in magnified mode, the live preview appears as the correct thickness (as if drawing in no scale mode).
yes, the issue is resolved in flash cc.
For my job, I always draw with the pencil set to "No Scale" and often work all the way zoomed in. The strokes look enormous while I am drawing (as in the problems described above but with No Scale instead). This problem is different because it looks like the drawing preview is showing the "normal" scale, and then it changes to the size it should appear at (No Scale). This makes it very difficult to draw at this zoom level for my workflow. Please respond, thanks!