How to resize vector masks without changing the size-ratio of round corners of it?

Let’s say that I have a vector mask of 200px-w 150px-h rectangle with 8 px curved corners.

If I want to resize this to 100px-w 100px-h without changing the size-ratio of round corners, how do I do it without moving the each and every point of the vector one by one with pentool and re-align it with hand?

BTW I know choosing multiple points with shift and moving them together but again this also means doing it for each corner so therefore, 4 times. Is there an easier method? Such as stating the size I want and having it reshaped accordingly with corners intact.

That’s what I wonder. I’m using Photoshop.

How can I resize a rounded rectangle vector mask and keep the rounded corners at their correct relative measurements?


I guess you’re talking about Photoshop.

Although you can’t scale and keep the nice corners (since PS doesn’t see it as a rounded rectangle once you put it on the page), there is a tiny shorter way – Use the white arrow and drag a rectangle over 2 corners together (that’s 4 dots) and move them together.

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