For tablet users, we’ve introduced a new way to draw – with two hands. But that’s not all. Rapid UI mode also provides a full-screen working environment. Work with the UI hidden, yet have quicker access to it, all as you continue drawing. Think UI-on-demand. Sounds impossible? Try it!
Flipping the UI
If you’re a lefty like me, here’s another reason you’ll love this. You can finally flip the UI to the other side of the screen – where it’s not obscured by your hand.
Nevertheless, no matter which hand you draw with, your non-dominant hand can now help. Use it to access the UI, as you continue drawing. Change brushes, brush settings, colors, color settings, even layers and layer properties, as you draw with our other hand. Use the radial menu to access other tools.
Introducting the Rapid UI
In the toolbar, tap to enter this mode.
Here is an overview of the UI that will be visible when working in this mode:
Along the side are the Palette Sliders and the Trigger.
Using Palette Sliders
These change basic brush settings. A readout appears on-screen, indicating the numeric changes. A brush stamp appears showing the new brush stamp.
- To change brush size or hardness and size (depending on the brush), tap-drag the top slider
- To change brush opacity or flow, tap-drag the bottom slider.
Using the Trigger
This feature has two functions:
To switch the UI from right-handed to left-handed, drag it to the other edge of the screen.
To quickly access the Brush, Color, and Layer Editors and their settings, with your non-dominant hand, tap the Trigger , then drag-hold up or down to select an editor.
Then with your other hand, tap whatever you want to select it in the editor or tap-drag values to change settings.
At the bottom of your canvas, you’ll find (the Marking Menu). Tap it to access a radial menu of tools and the Corner tools. In the menu, you will find Swap between brushes, Transparent Color, Color Picker, Double Puck, and Flip.