Resize just the drawn shape rather than larger area (in fresco)

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Mar 31, 2022 Mar 31, 2022

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Hi. Thanks for any help. Can't find it in resources.

I draw a square using the Square Drawing tool. I tap the Move/Transform tool to resize the square but the bounding box shown around the drawn square is always larger than the entire screen height, as if including some aspect of the drawing tool in lower right hand corner. How can I reduce the huge bounding box so I can drag its corners to resize visually? Thank you again!

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022
Is the Square Drawing Tool still your active tool when you have this problem? Try deselecting the shape, then select the Move & Transform tool. You should then only have a selection directly around the size of your shape.

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Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022

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Is the Square Drawing Tool still your active tool when you have this problem?

Try deselecting the shape, then select the Move & Transform tool. You should then only have a selection directly around the size of your shape.

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Ahhh! A reply at last and the right answer too! i'm pretty sure that was the problem now that you've discussed it. ( Not deselecting tool first.) Thanks so much Sjaani!

 

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