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I have created a vector mask for a layer in Photoshop containing a circle. Now I would like to fine-tune its position and size. I can only move individual or multiple anchor points.

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

Press cmd+T to transform. Scaling is one of the basic transformation tools.

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Strg + Alt + T has done the job. Thank You. (certainly a beginner's question, I know) – Jens Piegsa May 8 '13 at 14:10

If you want to resize/move the vector mask you have created, and you are able to select multiple anchor points, you can: Press shift and select all the anchor points and move them together.

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first off, all the responses above are incorrect...

YOU NEED TO UNLINK THE vector mask and the layer OBJECT... THEN YOU CAN CMD + T, free transform.

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Please do not cry (capital letters)! And the proof that the other answers are incorrect? Without a proof this is better a comment, not an answer, I guess ... – Kurt Nov 4 '15 at 20:38

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