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brush cut tool area is not as large as the outer circle. Hardness is 100%

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Nov 09, 2020

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it's hard to explain so look at the picture. The inner white circle is the area  that exposes photoshop, but in want the whole area to cut out. Why is this like that? 

 

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Go to Apple>System Preferences>Display and set the Cursor size to Normal.

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brush cut tool area is not as large as the outer circle. Hardness is 100%

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Nov 09, 2020

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it's hard to explain so look at the picture. The inner white circle is the area  that exposes photoshop, but in want the whole area to cut out. Why is this like that? 

 

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Correct answer by Jeff Arola | Adobe Community Professional

Go to Apple>System Preferences>Display and set the Cursor size to Normal.

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Go to Apple>System Preferences>Display and set the Cursor size to Normal.

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