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Re: Smoothing Bezier corners.... how?

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Vincent RosatiRe: Smoothing Bezier corners.... how?
by on Jan 12, 2012 at 5:10:20 am

If you've converted the curve to an angle or simply just have angle points, press Shitf+C or select the Convert Anchor Point Tool within the Pen Tool buttons, then click on the anchor point and drag it to turn it back into a curve.

Conversley, if you have curves and you want them to be corners, you can again use the tool to click on the anchor points.

I hope this is somewhat close to answering your question.

Vince

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  • Smoothing Bezier corners.... how? by david lincoln brooks on Jan 12, 2012 at 3:54:59 am
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