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  1. #1
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    Default another question about the eraser

    Is there a way you can get a straight line with the eraser on SBM? I have tried the shift key like you do in Photoshop but that doesn't work.

    If there isn't can we have one please

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    I don't know as I don't often use the eraser in SBM. But I will check if there's a way to do so.

    I do advanced photo editing in Photoshop and CS and I use SBM for making the layout once the photo is 'ready'.

    Sandrine

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    Thanks for that Sandrine, i just had Moonbeam here and she said the same thing, so I might have to do that instead.

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    I use the grey and white squares as quidelines then if you clic/hold shift then click elsewhere you will have a straight line.
    Val

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    Thanks a lot!! I knew there would be a way, that will make life a lot easier.

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    Hello!
    Sorry if I haven't replied. I was far from my pc all the day because of a terrible pain in my teeth.
    Yes. Of course.
    That's the way to do.
    Sandrine

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    WOW, that is such a cool trick!!! I had no idea Thanks sooo much you guys. I learn sooo much from you all!!!



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    Thanks a bunch, you've made it very easy.

    Quote Originally Posted by ValerieElaine View Post
    I use the grey and white squares as quidelines then if you clic/hold shift then click elsewhere you will have a straight line.

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    I'm glad my question has helped a lot here lol! even some older members.

    See it pays to ask, so no-one be shy ask away we might only be using half of our program

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    I just discovered the eraser tool and it's fantastic. I do need a course on Photoshop though. My hubby got me one a few years ago and I still don't know how to use it!

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