Brush Shortcuts, how to use and how others use shortcuts ?
I am trying to get into Clip Studio and was wondering how to users manage their hotkeys for brushes, pen, etc ? I know this vary from people to people but i am still interested in knowing.
The main problem i have is that Clip cycles through the tools when i press a hotkey ("B") for the brushes (Brush > Airbrush > Decoration > ) each time i press it. Is there a way for it to be similar to Photoshop where if i press "B" it will still remain the same brush i had previously used regardless if it was an Airbrush or a brush ?
Do you just assign each brush to their individual hotkeys and just live with that ? or is there some other way ?
Published date : 20 days ago
Updated date : 13 days ago
20 days agoyes i personally use the default setting for that cycle. though i believe you can reassign them.
you can go to File > shortcut settings, and select Tools in Category drop down, and then manually assign the button you want to use, for the B button there are Brush, Airbrush, and Decoration.
ps. in fact i just edited my setting so B button only applies to Brush and Airbrush (i deleted the Decoration shortcut)
20 days agoOpen "Shortcut Key Settings" from the "File" menu
Set "Setting area" to "Option"
"Switch to previous sub tool" is provided in the "Sub tool palette" item.
Set a shortcut key here
However, "B" is the shortcut key set for the brush
I don't think you can set "Brush" and "Switch to previous sub tool" at the same time
Will be either
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