Another missed feature for Photoshop.
9 months ago
I think it has ... (CS6). In shapes options
8 months ago
@Ihar Gamajunov didn't know... Still using cs5. Thanks =)
Yes CS6 supports the dotted / stroke lines for the shapes! Kinda cool! You should buy an upgrade asap ;))
@Alexey Chistyakov =) what about perfomance? Is it faster than CS5?
@Aleksej Tišionok I don't think it's WAY faster then CS5 and I can't really compare them because I've bought a new QuadCore i7 MBPRO and almost at the same time installed CS6 on it. CS5 was install on my good old iMac C2D 3.6GHz ... so I can't tell for sure if it faster or not. What I can say for sure on a powerfull MBPRO it feels really fast! )))
@Aleksej Tišionok The upgrade is seriously worth it. Don't regret it at all. It doesn't lag as long as you manually activate all scratch discs in Settings > Performance. :)
@Vaibhav already using trial version. And at this moment I can say that this is the first realy useful update for me since CS3 =)
YES. Would love this one !
wouldn't be impossible to implement in older versions of Photoshop (talking about literal dots, not dashes though) All it takes are some brush adjustments and the path to select. (doubt you can apply the effect to bitmaps, in versions CS5 that is; CS6 has implemented such a feature)
7 months ago
@Virab Yari , yeah, but this won't work for shape resizing =)
The dashed/dotted strokes are not pixel perfect. I'd rather subtract rectangles shapes and do it myself.
6 months ago
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