Thanks so much, I really appreciate your help. I called Adobe yesterday and
after waiting on hold for 62 minutes got cut off. I phoned back and waited
another 65 minutes for a guy from India to tell me it would cost $ to answer
my question. So much for support on an expensive piece of software.
Anyway, here's what I did.
I select the "pen tool" on the left and the "Paths" icon options bar at top.
I draw the curved line I want
Then I right click the line and select "stroke path". That brings up a box
named "Stroke Path". From there I select "pencil".
The line is now in the proper color, but nowhere in any of the steps do I
see anything to indicate a way to change the width of the stroke.
What am I doing wrong.
Thanks in advance, I hope you can understnd what I'm trying to demonstrate.
I don't know where in the world you are...but if you wind up in Southern
California I owe you a beer.
> Photoshop Windows CS4
> I have a map of the United States. I want to make a point in Los Angeles
> and another point in NYC and connect them with a curved line. I figured
> how to do it with the pen tool (I think). But when I'm done I want to
> change the width and color of the curved line I just created. I cannot
> figure out how to do it. Actually, I used to know how to do it, but I
> forgot and can't figure it out anymore. Old age in a *...but better
> than the alternative. Help please.