Rubber band missing from PS7 and CS

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Phil
Dec 9, 2003
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hi

can anyone tell me why or how to get the rubber band back in PS 7 or P S cs on the bezier tool It was in 6 and its VERY usefull lets u see where your going when cuttin out

if anyone knows how to get it back i would be very great full —

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Fred
Dec 12, 2003
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Phil wrote:

can anyone tell me why or how to get the rubber band back in PS 7 or P S cs on the bezier tool It was in 6 and its VERY usefull lets u see where your going when cuttin out
if anyone knows how to get it back i would be very great full

Every feature that is present in PS 6 is still available in PS 7.

The option bar (option palette) has taken over some tool options which previously were available in the tools palette.

…. ah, I see. Have you ever tried using the Photoshop manual or the online help? Most apps have help files. Yes, really.

Do a search for "rubber":

Photoshop help file (PS v7):
|> – To preview path segments as you draw, click the inverted arrow next |> to the shape buttons in the options bar, and select Rubber Band.

|> To draw with the pen tool:
|>
|> – Select the pen tool .
|>
|> – Set the following tool-specific options:
|>
|> – To add an anchor point when you click a line segment and delete an |> anchor point when you click it, select Auto Add/Delete in the options |> bar. (See Adding, deleting, and converting anchor points.) |>
|> – To preview path segments as you draw, click the inverted arrow next |> to the shape buttons in the options bar, and select Rubber Band. |>
|> – Position the pen pointer where you want to begin to draw, and click |> to define the first anchor point.
|>
|> – Click or drag to set anchor points for additional segments. (See |> Drawing straight segments with the pen tool and Drawing curves with the |> pen tool.)
|>
|> – Complete the path:
|>
|> – To end an open path, Ctrl-click (Windows) or Command-click (Mac OS) |> away from the path.
|>
|> – To close a path, position the pen pointer over the first anchor |> point. A small loop appears next to the pen tip when it is positioned |> correctly. Click to close the path.

Fred


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