Change the corner radius of rounded rectangles after they've been drawn

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Mentor ,
May 18, 2022 May 18, 2022

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I would like to be able to select one or more existing rounded rectangle shapes and change the corner radius to a precise amount by entering a pixel value with the keyboard. Right now, the only way to get a precise corner radius after the rectangle has been created is to zoom in and carefully use the corner widgets. That's a pain if you want to change the corner radius of a bunch of boxes.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 18, 2022 May 18, 2022

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Did you try the Selection tool or Direct Selection tool with the Properties panel?

 

Jane

 

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@Kris Hunt 

 

Did you try the Selection tool or Direct Selection tool with the Properties panel?

 

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Oh, I did not. That's the first use I've had for the Properties panel in the history of all time. Last time I looked at it, it appeared to duplicate everything that was already in the Control Bar, so it looked pointless. I was trying to change the value in the Control Bar at the top of the screen, which really should have worked.

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