Rubber band missing from PS7 and CS

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Phil, Dec 9, 2003.

  1. Phil

    Phil Guest

    hi

    can anyone tell me why or how to get the rubber band back in PS 7 or P S cs on the bezier tool
    It was in 6 and its VERY usefull lets u see where your going when cuttin out

    if anyone knows how to get it back i would be very great full
     
    Phil, Dec 9, 2003
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  2. Phil

    Fred Guest

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    Every feature that is present in PS 6 is still available in PS 7.

    The option bar (option palette) has taken over some tool options which
    previously were available in the tools palette.

    .... ah, I see. Have you ever tried using the Photoshop manual or the
    online help? Most apps have help files. Yes, really.

    Do a search for "rubber":

    Photoshop help file (PS v7):
    |> - To preview path segments as you draw, click the inverted arrow next
    |> to the shape buttons in the options bar, and select Rubber Band.

    |> To draw with the pen tool:
    |>
    |> - Select the pen tool .
    |>
    |> - Set the following tool-specific options:
    |>
    |> - To add an anchor point when you click a line segment and delete an
    |> anchor point when you click it, select Auto Add/Delete in the options
    |> bar. (See Adding, deleting, and converting anchor points.)
    |>
    |> - To preview path segments as you draw, click the inverted arrow next
    |> to the shape buttons in the options bar, and select Rubber Band.
    |>
    |> - Position the pen pointer where you want to begin to draw, and click
    |> to define the first anchor point.
    |>
    |> - Click or drag to set anchor points for additional segments. (See
    |> Drawing straight segments with the pen tool and Drawing curves with the
    |> pen tool.)
    |>
    |> - Complete the path:
    |>
    |> - To end an open path, Ctrl-click (Windows) or Command-click (Mac OS)
    |> away from the path.
    |>
    |> - To close a path, position the pen pointer over the first anchor
    |> point. A small loop appears next to the pen tip when it is positioned
    |> correctly. Click to close the path.


    Fred
     
    Fred, Dec 12, 2003
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