if you find that the ruler you're working on has more endpoints (or curve adjustment points) or sides than you need, you can simplify things by deleting them from the ruler. Just follow these steps:
1. Click the Objcct Selector, located on the Tools palette.
2. If you want to select only one point or side, make sure that the Select All Continuous Points on Ruler check box on the Tool Options palette is deselected.
If you want to delete the entire ruler, make sure that the Continuous Points check box is selected.
3. Click the point or side that you want to delete from the ruler.
The selected portion of the ruler turns red.
4. From the main menu, choose Ruler ^Delete Selected Points. Alternatively, press Ctrl+Alt+D (§§+Option+D on the Mac).
The selected point(s) on the ruler are deleted, as shown in Figure 8-9.
Deleting points or sides from a ruler is easy to do.
^BE/f a ruler must have more than two points in order to remove any of them.
Manga Studio doesn't allow you to delete anything from a ruler with only two ilO I points (because then you'd be left with only one point, and that would be just impractical to use!).
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