Is there a way to deselect everything without having to drop the tool? i mean something opposite to Select All (like Shift-command-A in illustrator)
Also, i’d really suggest as an improvement for future versions
the option of blending paths and shapes. There are plenty of illustration techniques that benefit from blending and are very difficult to obtain otherwise.
Other than that, congratulations on the terrific application!
There isn’t any kind of “select none” command. The easiest way to do this is to click with the selection tool in an empty space where no object exists. If there isn’t an empty space available you can shift-click a selected object to deselect it, then click that object again to select only it. If you really want to select nothing rather than just one thing, you can shift-click that object again to deselect it leaving nothing selected.
FWIW, I’d never actually noticed the shift-cmd-A behavior of Illustrator so perhaps that should be emulated.
Actually is a minor command, and i could live without it in many apps. However, i find it very useful when doing drawings that needs “flow”
(like this http://web.mac.com/jzarracina/iWeb/Javier%20zarracina%20Web/WIP_files/slideshow.html?slideIndex=9) and is uncomfortable to have to drop the path tool for selecting other object, then returning, etc…
Another option could be having a key than temporarily switchs to the selection tool while pressed (“command” in Illustrator) and returns to the locked tool when released.