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    Senior Member BallardStudio's Avatar
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    I discovered this one by accident... To adjust the brush size on the fly, hold down opt+control on a Mac (alt+right click on a PC) and drag your pointer left to right to adjust the brush pixel size. Drag up and down, to adjust the brush feathering.
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    Funny thing is I know about the short cut but I always do it the long way. Meanwhile my kids will only use the shortcut and I'm like in awe.
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    I have gotten into the habit of not judging other designers/developers work, but this is my Microsoft Meandering time so I'm MEANDERING...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BallardStudio, post: 214291
    I discovered this one by accident... To adjust the brush size on the fly, hold down opt+control on a Mac (alt+right click on a PC) and drag your pointer left to right to adjust the brush pixel size. Drag up and down, to adjust the brush feathering.
    Do you have a shortcut for Windows? This is good for Mac, I think...
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    Mac To PC translation:
    Command=Control
    Option=Alt
    Control=Right Click

    I hope this helps.
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    Oh wow thanks! That is going to speed things up heaps now by knowing that

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    This is quite useful. I had no idea about this shortcut. Ive used photoshop for quite some time now and never new about this. Its very useful because you can see exactly what the feathering is going to look like without having to guess which is best and then test. THANKS!!

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    holy jebus! thats amazing!

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    wow.. Thank you

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    this is awesome. i've been using the manual set up for ages.


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