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 move things in a straight line in FireAlpaca?

There’s an option on Firealpaca to move layers in a straight line up/down or right/left by holding the Shift key when moving the layer.

Can you import pictures into FireAlpaca?

You can either just go to File>Open and then open the photo into the program or Copy and Paste it into an existing file.

How do you resize things in FireAlpaca?

Ctrl/Cmmd+T to resize. If you grab the corners, it will constrain proportions. If you grab the sides or the top/bottom, you can change the shape (at least with the rectangle). Hold Shift to constrain if it doesn’t auto do it.

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.

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”).

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Is there a shape tool in FireAlpaca?

can i make shapes in firealpaca? You can make ellipses and rectangles using the selection tool or draw your own with he polygonal or lasso options, then fill them in with your choice of color.

Is the a circle tool in FireAlpaca?

To make a perfect circle, pick the selection tool, and Ellipse from opcions. Make a selection. Now go to menu, Select, Draw Selection Border… and select line thickness and position relative to selection.

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