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Anime Studio™ 6: The Official Guide by Kelly L. Murdock

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Selecting Points, Curves, and Shapes

Before you can modify an existing object, you need to select the object that you want to change first. This can be accomplished by using several different tools.

Using the Select Points Tool

The Select Points tool (G) is used to select individual points, but it can also be used to select all the points on a curve or in a shape. To select a single point, simply click it. The selected point turns red. If you click a curve, then all points in the clicked curve or in the clicked shape are selected, and if you click in the middle of a shape, then all points in the shape are selected, as shown in Figure 11.1.

Figure 11.1. Selected points.
Selecting Multiple Points

To select multiple points, ...

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