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  1. Hi all, I was wondering if there is an option to scale pixels masks with the document if you increase the resolution in designer. To illustrate, I drew 2 rectangles in a 50px/50px document. When I apply a mask to RED rectangle and paint a "1" in it using the basic round brush, you can see the pixels. scaling up the document to 5000px/5000px does not seem to scale the mask with it, as it remains pixelated. Drawing a "2" after scaling up remains in a low resolution and only if you create a mask after scaling up, like I did in the BLUE rectangle, seems to apply the document resolution to the newly created mask. DESIGNER 1.6.3 In photo, these masks seem to scale nicely when you change the document resolution, so is there an option to get the same effect in designer? PHOTO 1.6.3
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