SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 the (FSE) Stoke Tab (Part 2) Fill and Stroke Editor Mini-Series

flexistarter stoke tab features

Similar to the Fill Tab under the Fill/Stroke Editor, you are able to manipulate the settings of Strokes within this tab.

There are a number of different options for this Tab, from the more basic one like changing color and thickness, all the way to the corner and end types.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers the Stroke Styles.
Previous video covered the Fill Tab.

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Video Transcript

Alright, guys, In today's video flexi started, we're gonna be looking at the stroke tap under the full and struck editor. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm. So today's video can we find our softwaretraining.co.za C o dot Today we have a variety of different software to to cover, and we make short little problem solving videos. Otherwise, back in the programme. Yeah. Now, yeah, Just a reminder. This is a very serious on the full and stroke editor, and we've already covered the full tab. And today we're gonna be looking at the stroke tap. And I will also leave reverend links in description so you guys can actually follow the law. Otherwise, um, if you guys do not see your fill and stroke editor, you can always, um, located here on your standard to bar close to the undo and redo. We've got the second icon from that to the right shortcut. For those control, I we can also go to the top review. We navigate down obviously full and struck editor. You click that. Open it under the tabs here. We've got we're full. And then the next one is the stroke in a few different options. Now, keep in mind if you are, you're sure. So if you don't have anything selected when you adjust the, um, stroke here, it will be adjusting it for your default. So when you make a new shape or anything like, it will be using this settings where if you have something selected, as you can see here, saves individual stroke information depending on what you have selected. So now let's start here with a circle and we first look at the most important features shows. Otherwise you're gonna be using most often most likely most often, any case where we have this little extra. They will be your colour. The moment the X means there is nothing, so it's transparent, as you can see. I don't know why I was, because we have it selected that we can see a bit of a red room. There. She was just election to show someone select. So then, from this little menu, if we click, you can go and choose your colours. Someone's gonna make bind right now, so it's not obvious. So the next thing you would want to sit normally, it's the stroke with which has got the stroke, with two little red arrows pointing at it. It's a bit hard to see if you know the routine, so I personally would have tried to get a better icon for that. But yeah, that's kind of what they went for. So now if we increase the number, you can see the actual stroke increasing decrease as well. You can obviously type in custom numbers also. Now, when it comes to the actual style or stroke style, we're covering this in another video. There's a few things we have to look at otherwise, next up, then we've got corner types with joint types. So we had to go to this one. I'm going to zoom in here, but to the corner. So it's more obvious then, from this we've got three different types, so we've got the current one, which is honest the shop. Then we've got one. That's kind of bevelled, and then we've got around. So let's start with the bevelled one first, so if you look there, you can see it's got a nice little bevel cut down, and then obviously we've got the round one. So that being a design if you're gonna design with a lot of ground ages and that we should consider using the round. Otherwise, just leave it on the shop for now. And next up, we've got the little stroke here. Sorry. My apologies. To press the wrong button there, Go back to Flexi Starter. So we've got a stroke end caps or cap types. So at the moment, we've got a normal, uh, just what it what is this Cap called again? It's called just a little square. And then we put the round cap and the butt cap. Yes, I know that sounds weird, but it's actually what they name it. Okay, so the square one, we'll keep an equal space. So let's say your stroke is running here in the centre. We will keep an equal space from the right to the left of the stroke and also to the top where if we had to go to the butt cap, it will actually cut it in the line with the strokes. The strokes running year. It will be in line with it instead of putting some extra stroke space. And then we also have them round camp, which, as you can see, Just like the corners. He can make it around, which is rather convenient. Then, Um yeah, that'll be it for now. So in the next video will cover the stroke style And what these two bottom ones. Otherwise we had here to softwaretraining.co.za hat you guys will notice. We have a variety of different Softwares we do cover. And also you can isolate. Just search you on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the video looking for you are always going to request a training video. And then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.

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