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How do you draw a dotted or a dashed line?

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Hi

Im using photoshop version 6.0.

I know how to draw a line and set the colour.

But is it possible to draw a dotted line and/or a dashed line. If so, how?

thanks

Doug.
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Common question...The answer is: Sorta. You can set the spacing on a brush to a higher value and get dashes, you can draw a line and erase segments, you can create a white grid and draw behind it. None of which are perfect and are often time consuming. To do a dashed line I usually use Illustrator which has specific settings for dashed lines.
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thanks mate
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