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I notice that the cursor changes from a circle to a cross when the brush size is smaller. The cross has no centre mark so is not very precise when trying to join on to an existing line. Is there any way to stay with the circle cursor all the way down to 1 pixel size at which time it would probably be a dot. Or if not could it have a dot in middle of cross to show exact contact point.

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Hi jumiclads :) 

The brush cursor will always change from a circle to a cross if the brush size is reduced past a certain point, or you zoom out of the document to a certain degree.
To return to the circular brush preview at a low brush size, simply zoom further into the document.

Unfortunately there's no setting AFAIK to force the application to always draw the brush shape rather than the crosshairs currently. In the meantime I'll move this thread to our Feature Requests section of the forums for our devs to see and consider!

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Thanks for the reply Dan C. I tried the Zooming out as you suggested which works apart from I have to zoom too far out and cannot see enough of my work. I will have to wait for this feature to be added (hopefully) in the future.

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