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How do I draw a transparent rectangle with a black outline?
In Photoshop 7 using the rectangle tool
LABachlr




msg:858239
 8:32 pm on Sep 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

In Fireworks, it's very easy to do this. Just choose the rectangle tool, choose "transparent" for the fill color, and black for the outline color.

How do I do this in Photoshop 7?

 

benihana




msg:858240
 9:57 am on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

you could use the rectangular selection tool on an empty layer and then select edit > stroke

that should do it.
ben

trillianjedi




msg:858241
 10:29 am on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

I just tend to select the rectangle then do Modify --> Border and set the border width. Then you just fill it black.

TJ

LABachlr




msg:858242
 4:18 pm on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

you could use the rectangular selection tool on an empty layer and then select edit > stroke
that should do it.

Thanks, Ben. That did it. BTW, you have to select "center" or "inside". It won't show up if you select "outside".

I just tend to select the rectangle then do Modify --> Border and set the border width. Then you just fill it black.

Not sure which program you are referring to, but I was asking how to do it in Photoshop 7, and there is no menu category entitled "Modify". There is in Fireworks, but there is no "border" to select in Fireworks under that menu category, at least not in MX. Thanks, though.

benihana




msg:858243
 6:46 pm on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

It won't show up if you select "outside".

it will if your selection area is smaller than the canvas size.

ben

LABachlr




msg:858244
 7:05 pm on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

it will if your selection area is smaller than the canvas size.

OK. Cool. Thanks.

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