You can now use undo/redo gestures more accurately in Fresco with a 2 finger tap to undo and a 3 finger tap to redo. Turn these gestures off to avoid any inadvertent changes to your artwork.
With Preserve transparency toggled on in Fill, tap to recolor any pixel stroke while maintaining opacity.
Use the new nudge option in transform. When transforming a layer or selection, you can tap outside of the transform bounding box to move one pixel over in any direction, or hold the touch shortcut to move ten pixels at a time.
In Cloud documents, tap on the More Options
icon on any document thumbnail to share a link to the latest version of the document. Your cloud documents are stored with full fidelity. You get both quality and convenience with cloud documents.
To avoid any inadvertent changes to your artwork, you can now disable the undo and redo gestures in Fresco. By default, this option is enabled in Fresco. To disable, choose Settings > App Settings > Input and tap on Disable Undo/Redo.
Clear the content from a layer by choosing Clear layer from Layer Actions. Clear layer sets all pixels to transparent for raster layers and erases all paths on a vector layer.
This action is disabled for layer groups. Clear layer is enabled in all cases where the layer is editable, otherwise it is hidden. For example, it is hidden when a layer is locked or not visible.
For more information, see Layers in Fresco.
Recolor using the fill tool while preserving the targeted color pattern of the original artwork. The recolor fill uses the existing fill behavior with color tolerance value and enables lock transparency for the fill operation.
For more information, see Colors.
Double-tap on the eraser icon in tool panel to access a set of pixel erasers. Pixel erasers and options appear when a pixel layer is selected.
For more information on how to work with the pixel and vector erasers, see Erasers in Fresco.
For more information, see Getting started with the user interface.
When you share a link of your artwork with your peers, Fresco generates an assets.adobe.web.com link. You can share an asset or artwork as a link with your peers to view or download.
For detailed information on sharing cloud documents, see Cloud documents.
You can now import large Photoshop files with .PSB format into Fresco.
For more information, see Import and Open a document.
You can find three new learn tutorials within the Fresco app at Learn > Video tutorials:
- Make a watercolor painting
- Make a comic-style portrait and
- Make an editorial collage
In addition to these tutorials, a new tutorial Introduction to Digital Illustration, narrated in Japanese, is available in the Learn section.
Here is a list of features that have already been released on iOS but are new in the Windows release of Fresco 1.3:
- Report a bug
- Toggle between Light and Dark UI theme
- Color libraries
- Drag and drop Cloud documents to folders
- Straight edge
For information on the list of supported features, see Adobe Fresco on Windows.
Now, you can draw perfectly straight lines in your Fresco artwork at any angle using this straight edge tool on Windows.
Tap on the straight edge tool on the taskbar in Adobe Fresco to get a straight edge appear in your screen. Use the two finger gesture to hold and move the straight edge in an angle that is required for your artwork. As you rotate the tool on the screen with two fingers, the degrees value of the angle appears on the straight edge at the middle of two fingers so you can check and adjust it as per your desired position and angle.