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Creating a shape with specific size in fresco

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Apr 14, 2023 Apr 14, 2023

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Hi

i am new to Fresco and I'd like to draw a shape to a specific dimension. I can not see where to transform shapes to specific x and y dimensions.

any help appreciated

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Community Expert , Apr 17, 2023 Apr 17, 2023

Hello JO,

For the moment it is not possible (Fresco has been designed to be very "freehand" although I do belive something is in the works for a precise transformation.
There is a workaround with using Photoshop to design/set up all things precise. Your Fresco files are .psdc files (the same as Photoshop files) and can be opened and closed without loosing any of your work. So what I would suggest is open your file in Photoshop (mobile or desktop) set up all your basic shapes with dimensions (typi

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Hello JO,

For the moment it is not possible (Fresco has been designed to be very "freehand" although I do belive something is in the works for a precise transformation.
There is a workaround with using Photoshop to design/set up all things precise. Your Fresco files are .psdc files (the same as Photoshop files) and can be opened and closed without loosing any of your work. So what I would suggest is open your file in Photoshop (mobile or desktop) set up all your basic shapes with dimensions (typically with the edit>transform function)
and then, once done, open the file in Fresco and continue working there. Fresco will retain all dimensions, layer etc done in Photoshop.

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