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Thread: Magic Wand tool not there in AR 3 Studio Pro

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    Magic Wand tool not there in AR 3 Studio Pro

    I downloaded and registered AR 3 Studio Pro last night. On the tool wheel under "selection" there are 10 presets incl square, circle, freehand, mask, ect. However, there is no "magic wand". Where is the tool?

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    There does not appear to be a preset containing magic wand in the default installation yet. The tool is there, though. Albeit a bit hidden.

    Open up "Settings" Pod. "Magic Wand" is the fifth type. Feel free to set up a preset containing it.

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    Thanks. It was well hidden.

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    It's not well hidden if you remember to have your setting's pod open no matter what tool you're using.

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    Presets are basically saved Settings options and can be created by users of AR3. The ones included with AR3 were created either by the AR team or the Beta testers. So it's important to remember that some tools may have a number of options available for it within the Settings Panel. When one finds a particular combination of settings to be favorable, it's a good idea to then create a Preset of it for later use.
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