Annoying photoshop feature

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by Nexic, Feb 19, 2005.

  1. Nexic

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    When ever I draw close to the edge of the picture (about 3 or 4 pixels away) it will immediately draw a straight line to the edge. At the moment I'm trying out some pixel art is this is ruining it! Is there anyway to turn this off?
     
  2. oNyx

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    You have the grid enabled and snapping is on ;)

    You can enable/disable snapping with ctrl+# or under the view menu.

    Btw for pixelart it's nice to have two views. One zoomed in and another with 1:1 pixels. You can add another view by clicking on view->new view.
     
  3. Nexic

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    Thanks a lot!
     
  4. luggage

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    While we're talking about annoying Photoshop features - is there a way to turn off that little envelope thing that appears in the top left corner of images? Ctrl-H does it but I'd like it off by default, it's bloody annoying.
     
  5. oNyx

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    View->show extras (or so)... that's the ctrl+h thing. Right below it is show (or so) where you can enable/disable individual extra thingies. The thing you mean is slices... just turn it off ;)
     

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