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Thread: Is it Possible to Outline a Stencil Border

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    Is it Possible to Outline a Stencil Border

    Hello,

    Is there a simple way to create a thin solid black outline border just around the perimeter of a stencil image instantly?

    Thanks...

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    welcome to the forum and to answering you ? .....have a look at some tutorials that can be found on the forum.

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    There are two other modes for using stencils - ruler and guide. Right click on the selected stencil to open menu. Ruler mode may suit your purpose but it will not fill instantly - you have to outline the edge of whatever mode you choose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enug View Post
    There are two other modes for using stencils - ruler and guide. Right click on the selected stencil to open menu. Ruler mode may suit your purpose but it will not fill instantly - you have to outline the edge of whatever mode you choose.
    Thanks for the info...

    I found that by inverting the stencil and then switching it to guide mode that I can then quickly trace the inside of the stencil to produce the black outline I wanted.

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