How to find a drawing layer/operation > Select layer

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>> The default shortcut is [Ctrl]+[Shift]+left click.
>> You can select the layer that hits the range dragged by dragging while [Ctrl] + [Shift] + left click.
I use this shortcut a lot, but I'm having trouble with the behavior being different from before, probably because I switched to 2.0.

desired behavior)
[Ctrl] + [Shift] + left-click and drag to select only the corresponding layers that have drawing objects in that range.

current behavior)
[Ctrl] + [Shift] + Left-click and drag to select more and more layers while keeping the previously selected layers selected (always adding to the selection).

I tried messing around with the sub tool settings for the operation, but I'm having trouble getting the desired behavior.
I would appreciate it if you could teach me if there is a solution or changed to another operation. Thank you.

Published date : 6 days ago

Updated date : 17 hours ago


  • 6 days ago
    Hold down [D] and drag to select
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  • 6 days ago
    Are you dragging while holding down the [Ctrl] + [Shift] keys while the [Object] tool is selected?
    In that case, the behavior of the question content is correct because the additional selection of [Shift] is given priority as an option of the object tool.

    I think that [Ctrl] + [Shift] + drag operation while using a pen tool etc. will have the same behavior as the [Layer selection] tool
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  • 6 days ago
    >Hold down [D] and drag to select
    I couldn't.

    > Are you dragging while holding down the [Ctrl] + [Shift] keys while the [Object] tool is selected?
    I tried using a pen and an airbrush, but they all behaved the same.

    I tried resetting the shortcuts, but that didn't work either.
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