Turning Off Eraser and Knife Tools in Silhouette Studio
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
To be honest, this isn't much of a tutorial...but I'm hoping it will eliminate more frustrations. It would be logical to think that once you click the eraser tool and erase what you want to erase that you should be able to click it again to turn it off. But no, that's not how the Silhouette developers decided it would work.
Instead, the easiest way to turn off the eraser tool (and the knife tool...and actually all the other tools on the left sidebar in Studio) is to click the arrow button at the top of the left sidebar. That 'Select' button basically gives you back full control so you can continue with editing/creating/cutting your design.
The same on/off method also works for: Draw A Line, Draw a Rectangle, Draw a Rounded Rectangle, Draw an Ellipse, Draw a Polygon, Draw a Curved Shape, Draw Free Hand, and the Knife tool.
Thanks for coming to class today at Silhouette School. If you like what you see, I'd love for you to pin it!