No of Sides

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Feb 19, 2022 Feb 19, 2022

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How to determine number of sides?

 

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Drawing keeping your index finger on the left mouse button, use your middle finger to scroll the mouse wheel. Or if you can't do that, while holding down the left mouse button, use the Up and Down arrow keys.

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Hi. Select the layer and in its dropdown go Contents/Polystar 1/Polystar Path 1/Points.

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Hi. Select the actual layer in the timeline, not the Layer menu.

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You can also roll the mouse wheel while drawing to increase or decrease the number of sides.

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How to do that? you cannot do both together.

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Drawing keeping your index finger on the left mouse button, use your middle finger to scroll the mouse wheel.

Or if you can't do that, while holding down the left mouse button, use the Up and Down arrow keys.

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Thanks for the help

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To quickly see all modified properties of any layer, select the layer and press the 'u' key twice. This is incredibly useful with shape layers. If "Points" does not show up in the timeline then the parametric shape is set to the default value of 5. You can spin down the Contente/Shape Name twirly to see all properties for any shape object.

 

You can also just type "points" in the Timeline search field to see all of the Points properties in all shape layers. If you have a layer selected then the Timeline search tool only looks at that layer.

 

I almost never go digging for properties in the timeline. The 'uu' shortcut and the Timeline search field are valuable timesavers.

 

 

 

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