How do you flip vertically in FireAlpaca?
If you go to Layer>Rotate you get the option Flip Vertically or Flip Horizontally. :D.
How do you select and move in FireAlpaca?
Use the various selection tools to select an area to move, change to the Move tool (4th tool down on the toolbar down the left side of the FireAlpaca window), and drag the selected area. Note: only works on a single layer.
How do you rotate text in FireAlpaca?
Ctrl/Cmmd+A, Ctrl/Cmmd+C, Ctrl/Cmmd+V (should make a new layer), and now you can rotate it. Make sure your text is finalized before doing this (You will not be able to change it).
How do you duplicate items in FireAlpaca?
To duplicate layers, there is a duplicate layer option beside the new layer option on the layer box. To copy a particular part of the picture, select the area you would like to copy with one of the selection tools and press ctrl/cmmd+C. Then paste it back in with ctrl/cmmd+V.
How do you move layers in FireAlpaca?
In the layer list, click and drag (without releasing the mouse button, or while keeping pressure on the graphics pen) on the layer you want to move up or down. A red line will show where the layer (and the mouse button) can be released (or “dropped”).
Why can’t I draw on FireAlpaca?
Firstly, try File menu, Environment Setting, and change Brush Coordinate from Use Tablet Coordinate to Use Mouse Coordinate. Have a look at this page for some of the things that prevent FireAlpaca from drawing. If that still doesn’t work, post another Ask and we’ll try again.
Can you curve text in FireAlpaca?
is there a way to make curved text? They haven’t added a write on path feature or anyway to curve text for now. You will have to import into a program that does have this feature.
How do you center something in FireAlpaca?
Click the “dot” button on the end of the row of snap buttons. As you move your cursor around the canvas, the centre of the circle snap will move with your cursor. Click or tap to set the centre.
How do I merge text layers in FireAlpaca?
The text layer is now a plain image layer as if you painted the text, and you can merge the converted layer with the layer beneath – using the Merge Layer button below the layer list, or Layer menu, Merge Down, or the keyboard shortcut (default keyboard shortcut is Ctrl+E on Windows, and I assume Cmmd+E on Macs).