1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 6, 2015 4:26 PM by Sue Garibaldi

    How to change circle size not brush point size

    Shortpoet

      I Want to encircle an image. How do we do that? Also what does separating and moving around the two shape selectors do? Thanks in advance

       

        • 1. Re: How to change circle size not brush point size
          Sue Garibaldi Adobe Employee (Admin)

          Hi ShortPoet,

           

          So... the shape selectors (I think you're referring to the finger guides (two sets of concentric circles on your canvas) are to move your shapes around when you drop them onto the canvas. So, if, let's say, you tap on a circle in the Shape menu. it will land on your screen along with the finger guides. You can use the guides to move the circle around and then once it's where you want it to be, you double tap inside the shape (the circle in this case) and it will "stamp" it onto the canvas.

           

          If the shape is not the right size to encircle your image, you can enlarge it by placing two fingers on either side of the outline and pinching/spreading your fingers.

           

          You can also tap on either one of the concentric circles to scroll through a circle, a square, a triangle, and straight edges. The x in the center hides the guides and whatever shapes haven't been stamped onto the canvas.

           

          And just for fun... When you have a circle, a square or a rectangle on the canvas, you can grab one edge with a finger and drag to create an oval, a rectangle or a trapezoid (?).

           

          Does that help?

           

          Sue.