That's really strange. Have you tried force-quitting the app and restarting your device? Also, was it there previously and disappeared? (It may have been a bad install.
Let me know.
I just installed the app to my Nexus 6 and started to use it. I am used to the Apple version of the apps as well as I am a Creative Cloud subscriber. I uninstalled the app and reinstalled it too and nada. I logged in and ran Capture CC just to see if that maybe was the cause.
Here is the screen capture of the option tab, you can see the color and opacity fields are blank.
BTW, do the Android Apps run on any tablets? I have a Nexus 7 and 10 as well.
Thanks for the screenshot. Super helpful. The reason there's no color circle is because you're using the eraser. Tap the eraser and the rest of your brush set will show up, along with the Color circle.
About tablet support on Android... Not yet.
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How come no tablet? It can't really be that different.
One other thing I am wondering about is the shapes. I don't see any stock shapes when I select it like in the Apple versions. It just takes me to my capture library.
I think we're trying to get feature parity between iOS and Android phones first. Which sort of answers your second question: in-app shapes are coming.
One other thing that's VERY different about the Android version... There is no autosave; you have to tap the X in the upper left corner to save your work. We're working on it, and my understanding is that autosave will be coming pretty quick, but in the meantime, be careful with that, especially since you're used to the iOS version.
Thanks for your input and fast response. Glad you are getting the Android Apps going. To be honest the only reason I use or have an iPad is for using your software.
You're welcome J.
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