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Why does my Pencil get bigger when I zoom in does this setting not work ?

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Oct 28, 2022 Oct 28, 2022

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I uploaded the Video to reddit so you can see what I mean 

https://www.reddit.com/r/adobeanimate/comments/yfjrr8/why_does_my_pencil_get_bigger_when_i_zoom_in_d...

But basically, if I use the pencil tool and I zoom in the line size changes no matter if the Zoom size with stage is selected or not.

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Community Expert , Oct 28, 2022 Oct 28, 2022

It does work but your brush is set to one pixel size; that's the absolute minimum size the classic brush can have. At that size it's only going to work at a 100% stage zoom or higher. If you zoom-out to less than a 100%, that one pixel brush can't go any smaller, it can't do sub-pixel sizes so that's why you see it get bigger despite having the "zoom with stage" box checked.

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Oct 28, 2022 Oct 28, 2022

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first, you're using the classic brush, not the pencil.

 

second, the brush size scales (or not), not previous strokes.

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It does work but your brush is set to one pixel size; that's the absolute minimum size the classic brush can have. At that size it's only going to work at a 100% stage zoom or higher. If you zoom-out to less than a 100%, that one pixel brush can't go any smaller, it can't do sub-pixel sizes so that's why you see it get bigger despite having the "zoom with stage" box checked.

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