Corner Editor

This Photoshop script can do everything that the Rounded Rectangle Radius Resizer script can, and a lot more!

  • Round the corners of any polygonal shape
  • Multiple corner styles
  • Settings are saved to the Layer so they can be modified
  • Smooth multiple sub-paths in the same layer
  • Smooth only the selected sub-paths

As with the Rounded Rectangle Radius Resizer script, you can also

  • View the pixel radius of existing rounded rectangles
  • Edit multiple layers at once
  • Apply a different radius to each corner and/or subpath

I have a couple more ideas for another update. Let me know if there are any other options that would be useful.

Download “Corner Editor” script  (win/mac  CS5/CS6/CC)

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86 Responses to “Corner Editor”

  1. Nathan Greig Says:

    Is there a fix for this error?
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  2. Sam Says:

    This really needs a proper usage tutorial and/or an update for those of us still using Photoshop CS6. I can’t seem to get this to work. The script runs, the window pops up, but it doesn’t seem to apply the new settings and I’m not sure if I’m the one doing something wrong or if the script is simply outdated.

    • David Jensen Says:

      Are you using the script on a shape layer?
      You should just select a shape layer, run the script, enter a number in the “radius pattern” field, and select the corner type you want.

      I still use CS6, but haven’t tried the script in a few years. I’d don’t see any reason that anything would have changed.

      If you need any additional help, you can email me at {myname}@gmail.com

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