- In previous versions of Illustrator CC,…Adobe introduced something called a rubber band preview,…which worked with both the Pin Tool…and also the new Curvature Tool.…However, that control…for the rubber banding feature was just a one click fix,…meaning, you could either turn it on or off for both tools.…Well, now, you have separate controls for individual tools.…Let's check out how that works.…Go to the file menu and choose New.…And, I'll just hit OK to the defaults here.…So, by default, the rubber banding is turned on,…so let me show you exactly what that is, if you don't know.…
I'll grab the Curvature Tool to start off with…and I'll just start drawing out some objects here on screen.…As you can see, I start to make my move…around this object,…I get this rubber banding-like preview indicating…where I'm going with my curve at any given time.…This is something that helps people,…who are just getting started with this,…learn how these tools work.…The same holds true for the pin tool.…So, let me delete all of these here.…
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Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 12/01/2015. What changed?
A: We added 5 movies covering the fall 2015 updates to Illustrator CC, including Creative Cloud Libraries enhancements, dynamic controls, and enhanced Smart Guides.
Q: This course was updated on 06/21/2016. What changed?
A: We added one new chapter to cover the June 2016 updates to Illustrator CC, including artboard and asset export, Live Shapes, Adobe Stock, and access to mobile projects.