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Changing the eraser size on Ipad

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May 01, 2020

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I'm completely new to the Ipad version of Photoshop, but I've been using the desktop version for many years.

 

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I don't know if it's possible to change the size of the eraser to a different size than the brush? I'm finding it annoying when I'm drawing with a smaller size brush, and then when I hold down to make it an eraser, the eraser is the same size as the brush and I have to manually adjust it every time. I like to have a bigger eraser when I'm doing line art most of the time. 

 

Is there a way to do this yet? Thanks 🙂

The touch shortcut is not switching to the Eraser tool it is using your current Brush to erase with. The Eraser tool will remember it's previous used size but you need to switch to the tool by choosing iit n the tool bar or by typing the "e" to switch via the keyboard shortcut

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Changing the eraser size on Ipad

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I'm completely new to the Ipad version of Photoshop, but I've been using the desktop version for many years.

 

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I don't know if it's possible to change the size of the eraser to a different size than the brush? I'm finding it annoying when I'm drawing with a smaller size brush, and then when I hold down to make it an eraser, the eraser is the same size as the brush and I have to manually adjust it every time. I like to have a bigger eraser when I'm doing line art most of the time. 

 

Is there a way to do this yet? Thanks 🙂

The touch shortcut is not switching to the Eraser tool it is using your current Brush to erase with. The Eraser tool will remember it's previous used size but you need to switch to the tool by choosing iit n the tool bar or by typing the "e" to switch via the keyboard shortcut

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The touch shortcut is not switching to the Eraser tool it is using your current Brush to erase with. The Eraser tool will remember it's previous used size but you need to switch to the tool by choosing iit n the tool bar or by typing the "e" to switch via the keyboard shortcut

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Oh, I can't believe I missed that! Thank you 🙂

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