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Posted on 19-03-08 07:08
Alright, this has never happened to me before BUT its pissing me the fuck off. everytime i select an object i press delete and it drops the opacity of it to 10% WTF is the deal with that i wanted to deleted not transparent. anyone know why its doing this?
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Posted on 19-03-08 11:29
is your fill and flow on 100% ?


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Posted on 19-03-08 12:44
Simple. I'm assuming that you're only working with the background layer for the first case. If that's the case and there's a lock icon next to the layer, duplicate it (ctrl-j) and delete the original.

The second case is that it inherits opacity from the eraser, change it to 100% and see if that works, sometimes it does that for some odd reason.

If that doesn't help, post again with what exactly happens.


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Posted on 19-03-08 13:06
Fill and flow are set to 100% yes, Eraser is set to 100% aswell Im workinging with 2 layers example this is what i experience



Layer 1 (ill draw a circle on it ill select with with lasso and make sure im on layer 1 and press delete.. it sets opacity to 10% i have checked my sticky keys aswell so it cant be those..)

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Posted on 20-03-08 00:44
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Posted on 20-03-08 02:55
best hope is to look for a default button or ask adobe. I've had some odd problems too, like it freezing whenever I was on gradients, I wasn't sure what the devil I did but it worked eventually. The best solution is persistence