Hey, I have a question about the drawing toolbar in Adobe Sketch on the iPhone - I don't own an iPad and enjoy sketching in my free time and would love to be able to use the app, however the toolbar (the one on the left containing brushes) covers an insane amount of space on the screen further minimizing the available space to draw and infringes on the drawing! Is there any way to close it after a brush has been chosen? I understand this is not an issue on the iPad but is really bothersome on the iPhone meaning I am resorting to other applications. A good option would be to swipe right to 'pull' open the toolbar and then left to close. Thank you for letting me know if this is already possible!
I enjoy sketching on my iPhone too, when my iPad is not with me.
Open a project canvas. Look at the top toolbar, and in the upper right you will see an icon with 2 arrows. Tap this 2-arrow icon to enter full screen mode. Tap it again to exit full screen mode.
I hope that my answer is helpful to you.
Wow! Can't believe I didn't spot that! Thanks a lot!
Margaux Van Peteghem
You are welcome!