Alter rounded rectangle corner radius after applying colours

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Rouchie
Nov 23, 2006
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I made a rounded rectangle and applied a colour gradient fill and stroke. Is it possible to alter the corner radius without having to create a new shape? I can’t see any options to alter this.

The shape has not been rasterized at this point.

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Trevor_Morris
Nov 23, 2006
Unfortunately, no–although, you can delete just the path (vector mask) and create the new path (shape) using the existing vector mask.
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Rouchie
Nov 24, 2006
Do the colours and stroke options then need to be applied manually after the new shape is created?

I presume I could just save the colour gradient style then apply from the list after creating a new shape?
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Phosphor
Nov 24, 2006
You presume correctly.

It’s things like the issue you originally asked about (changing the corner radius) which make Illustrator the better choice for vector work.

I take it you don’t have Illustrator?
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Rouchie
Nov 24, 2006
Hi yes I bought the whole CS2 package so I do have it. I guess it makes sense to draw the shape in Illustrator then embed in PS as a smart object and add colour? At least then Illustrator can easily amend the corner radius which then refreshes in Photoshop. Or is there an even easier way…?

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