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Hi, Designer 1.5.4 on Mac OS X 10.8.5. I drew a simple pen shape (in Draw Persona), and made the stroke a vector brush (ie, Stroke Style button 'Texture Line Style'). How do I now cancel the vector brush and revert the stroke to a plain line stroke? I would've thought: Stroke Palette—>Style—>Click 'Solid Line Style'. But the vector brush stroke stays. Same when I click the Dash Line Style. Same when I adjust the stroke width slider. However: Clicking 'No Line Style' _does_ work, and removes all stroke. But when I then click Solid Line Style (or Dash Style), the vector brush stroke comes back. What am I missing?? thanks in advance, - pbass
Stroke Pressure Curve > Delete Node
thomaso posted a topic in V1 Bugs found on macOSAfter opening the pressure curve option in the stroke panel a delete action of a selected node deletes the entire stroke object, not the pressure curve or its single selected node as expected. To delete a pressure node you first need to move any node, once you moved any node you can delete any other without the need of getting moved as long the pressure curve dialog remains open. If it got closed + reopend it needs again to move a node first to enable a node delete. – Even in case it's "by design" it is confusing as reported in this question. Actually I would expect the same behavior as in the iPad version: delete on double-click the node. AD delete pressure node.m4v
Greetings all, Not sure this is a bug, or a change in functionality, but I thought I would bring it up. In the latest Beta, it seems we lost the ability to delete points in the pressure profile window... AD 1.4.2 - If you select a point in the pressure profile window and hit DELETE, the point is deleted from the profile. AD 1.5-BETA 5 - If you select a point in the pressure profile window and hit DELETE, the stroke is deleted from the canvas/artboard. BTW... love the symbols and constraints functionality. Looking forward to the full version and moving AD into my Web Design workflow. Regards, John