Aligning and stacking vector-based shapes


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Aligning and stacking vector-based shapes

All right, now let's take look at the other enhancements to shape layers, path outlines, basically anything that's a vector inside of Photoshop. Notice these scissors down here toward the bottom of artwork. Obviously they should be aligned to each other and we do have Alignment control where shape outlines are concerned. So I'll go ahead and click on this scissors layer here. Now I'm not seeing the path outlines, because I had turned them off in the previous movie, so I'll press Ctrl+H or Command+H on a Mac to bring them back. Then I'll grab my black arrow tool and I'll go ahead and marquee the shapes like so in order to select them.

Now I can press Ctrl+H again, by the way, or Command+H on a Mac, so I can better see what I'm doing. And I'll go up to the Path alignment icon in the Options bar, click on it, and change it to Align To Selection. Then I'll go back to that icon and choose Vertical Centers and that'll go ahead and line up all the scisso...

Aligning and stacking vector-based shapes
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Aligning and stacking vector-based shapes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 New Features

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Design Photography
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