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I want to apply a dash line stroke around shapes. But the dash/dots are not spaced equally. Two dots are overlapping at a certain point (in a circle). For rectangle shape, they are not evenly spaced.

How can I solve this?

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    I wouldn't use Photoshop for work like this. Much better to use Illuatrator. A Pattern Brush with "Add space to fit" would easily work for the dots around a circle of any size. I can add an answer for Illustrator if you want. – Billy Kerr Oct 14 at 10:14
  • Thank you so much. I knew the illustrator one. wanted to learn if photoshop has any solution. stay safe Billy. – Suraiya Abedin Oct 14 at 10:21
  • I'm not saying it's impossible in Photoshop, but it would likely require lots more work. Photoshop doesn't have the vector editing capabilities that Illustrator has. It's very basic by comparison. It's just so much easier in Illustrator. – Billy Kerr Oct 14 at 10:29
  • Yes, before posting here I always try to research first. found no solution, You people here are like master oogway, All of you know so much, so I always know this place won't fail me. After your comment, I drew that figure in the illustrator and placed that in photoshop. donot know why i didn't think that in the first place. – Suraiya Abedin Oct 14 at 10:50
  • OK, I've added an answer for Illustrator now. Might be useful if others don't know the technique. – Billy Kerr Oct 14 at 11:09
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In my opinion it would be better to use Illustrator for work like this because it's easier.

In Illustrator you can define a Pattern Brush using the "Add space to fit" option.

This will work on circles or rectangles.

Example

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And of course, it's possible to place an AI file in Photoshop too.

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  • Proper tool for the task. Easiest workaround... – Crowley Oct 14 at 19:34

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