3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 16, 2016 3:57 PM by Sue Garibaldi

    Adobe Sketch


      I have to say that the improvements in the new mobile apps has taken them a long way to being apps that I will now seriously consider using on a daily basis. The integration between the different apps has improved immensely too and thank you for the clipboard now! I am hoping to put some videos together to help others because I think the only drawback at the moment is working out how to use everything. The #makeitonmobile series has helped.


      The one thing I don't seem to find in Adobe Draw and Adobe Sketch is a rotation option. Am I right in thinking that this doesn't exist for these apps? If not, this is on my wish list please!


      Although there is a rotation in Adobe Photoshop Mix, there doesn't seem to be an easy way of transferring a draw layer to this app, rotating it and then bringing it back.  Do you have to save the image to the camera roll, rotate it in Photoshop Mix, save it to camera roll (or CC Library) and bring it back into Adobe Sketch and then convert it into a sketch layer?


      Love the new page layouts by the way!

        • 1. Re: Adobe Sketch
          Sue Garibaldi Adobe Employee (Admin)



          Thank you so much for this glowing post. It seriously makes my day when people post/write about how much they like the apps.


          I'm a bit confused about what you're wanting to rotate. Are you wanting to rotate the content of a layer? If so, you can do that by tapping onto the layer with the content you want to rotate, opening the Layers menu (an additional tap will open it) and choosing the Transform option.


          Let me know if that's not what you're trying to do. And thanks again for posting.



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          • 2. Re: Adobe Sketch
            AnnImageArt Level 1

            Hi Sue,


            Well, I was a bit perplexed when you said it was in the Transform because it doesn't have a wheel like Photoshop Mix. When I tried to rotate it with a two finger gesture it wouldn't rotate. However, I finally worked it out! I use my thumb and index finger to zoom and rotate and a rotate totally didn't work with this finger combination. It worked with my index finger and middle finger. It obviously requires a bigger finger point surface area than my thumb to respond. If I use my thumb differently I can make it work.


            Now I'm happy! Thanks

            • 3. Re: Adobe Sketch
              Sue Garibaldi Adobe Employee (Admin)



              Thumb + index finger,  index finger + middle finger, thumb differently... I'm happy it's working for you.