Rapidly accessing tool options via the Properties panel.
- [Instructor] It's worth keeping an eye…on the top right-hand corner of the Properties panel…because you can access other things here…such as tool options.…Now the historic way of accessing tool options…is to move over to the toolbox, double-click on the tool…you want to access, and then change its options and commit.…I'll show you.…For example, if I wanted to work with the blob brush,…I'm going to hold down shift and tap b on my keyboard…to get that, I might well be working over here,…and then I'll move over here, double-click,…then back into the middle of the screen and commit…and then potentially on from there.…
Here, in the Properties panel, I have this Tool Options…which saves me at least a click and even a click…takes you some time, and if you're doing it…throughout the day, as I said in the last movie,…it really does add up, but now I can do that…and change like so.…Do keep an eye on it.…Several tools will have behaviors to allow you…to get to their options and that's a much quicker way…to work with them.…
- Using the new Properties panel
- Text enhancements
- Exploring the new live character options
- Using the Touch Type tool with variable fonts
- Using stylistic sets
- Exporting multiple assets and single assets
- Working with the new Puppet Warp tool
- Aligning and transforming multiple artboards
- Working with the New Document dialog features
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator: Creating Custom Brusheswith Emily Kay2h 19m Intermediate
1. A New Look for Illustrator
2. Text Enhancements
3. Asset Export
4. Illustrator Puppet Warp
Puppet Warp tips3m 23s
5. Artboards Enhancements
6. Additional New Features and Improvements
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