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I know this is an easy question, but apparently I'm a goob.
I have a gradient and I'm trying to delete one of those little color squares from the gradient panel.
I have about 15 color variations in the gradient and I would like to get rid of some of the color squares. I know in photoshop it's opt + delete. ( something similar) but I can't figure it out, lol.
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drag them away (downwards)
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by:crittle1
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OH, don't I feel dumb. I was trying to drag them to the right/left.
Don't know why that didn't dawn on me.

Thanks
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