The Cutter tool lets you cut out part of a drawing so that you can transform it, copy it or delete it.
- In the Tools toolbar, select the Cutter tool.
The tool's properties are displayed in the Tool Properties view.
Allows you to choose the method to visually select multiple elements:
TIP You can press and hold the Alt key to temporarily use the other selection mode.
When enabled, you can drag the selection by clicking anywhere inside its bounding box. By default, you must click on the artwork in the selection to be able to drag it.
|Use Mouse Gesture||
When this option is enabled along with the Lasso selection type, quickly drawing a line with the Cutter tool over a line segment in your artwork will instantly delete it. This can be useful if you want to use the Cutter tool to quickly clean up your artwork.
NOTE This option will only work when using the Cutter tool on separate brush or pencil strokes. Hence, it is important not to flatten your artwork if you intend to use this option to clean up your drawings. This option has no effect on bitmap layers as the artwork in bitmap layers is always flattened.
When cutting through pencil lines, this option decides what kind of pencil line tips to put at the extremities of the remaining pencil line segments, where they were cut.
By default, this is set to Bevel , which will leave the tip of the pencil line cut at the same angle as your cutter stroke. If you prefer, you can make pencil lines that you split with the Cutter tool have Flat or Round tips instead.
When working on bitmap artwork, enabling this will smooth the edges of the artwork you cut out, so that they do not appear pixelated.
NOTE This option is only available with bitmap layers.
|Flip Horizontal||Flips the current selection horizontally.|
|Flip Vertical||Flips the current selection vertically.|
|Rotate 90 Degrees CW||Rotates the current selection 90 degrees clockwise.|
|Rotate 90 Degrees CCW||Rotates the current selection 90 degrees counter-clockwise.|