Ellipse Tool Properties
When you select the Ellipse tool, its properties and options appear in the Tool Properties view.
Defines the maximum size of your drawing tool. This parameter defines the width of the stroke.
Harmony provides a variety of presets and also lets you create and save your own. It is a good idea to create and save pencils with precise sizes and parameters when you draw and design for efficiency and consistency.
All tools using pencil lines share the same preset list. Therefore, the Polyline, Line, Rectangle, Ellipse, and Pencil tools share the same preset list.
Allows to create a new preset.
Allows you to delete your custom presets.
Allows you to rename a custom preset.
Allows you to import a set of XML Harmony presets previously exported via the Export Brushes command.
Allows you to export Harmony presets to backup or import on a different computer.
|Small Thumbnail, Large Thumbnail, and Stroke View||
Allows you to display the presets as small square thumbnails, large square thumbnails or a list of stroke preview.
When drawing on vector layers, the Draw Behind mode lets you paint behind existing art. By default, strokes appear over your work until you release the tool.
Use the Automatic Filling option to automatically fill your shape with the selected colour as you draw. By default, the Shape tool creates the outline of an empty shape that you can later fill using the Paint tool. This option is unavailable for the line tool.
|Snap to Contour||Snaps your selection or point to any line you position it on. As soon as you move it close enough to another line, your point or selection will snap to it.|
|Snap and Align||Snaps the selected anchor point to any existing line while displaying temporary rulers as a guide that you can also snap your anchor point to.|
|Snap to Grid||
Snaps your selection following the currently enabled grid.
When enabled, the Auto-Flatten mode automatically flattens the new lines created with the existing artwork as you draw in the Drawing
Using the Select tool, you can use select and remove a segment of flattened pencil lines. Overlapping pencil lines drawn with the Auto-Flatten mode are essentially cut into segments by the overlap and can be treated as individual lines.