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Hello!

 

I just want to know if there is a way to modify, for example a 16x pixels selection and using the move tool, or the transforming tool, using Nearest Neighbor and not other stuff.

 

There is a way to configure that?


A person who don't speak english «Consalvo»

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Welcome to the forums Consalvo :D

 

You will need to make sure that your background layer isn't locked before trying to rotate or move the selection with the Move Tool. You can also use the Transform Panel to resize, move, rotate and shear the selection.

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Welcome to the forums Consalvo :D

 

You will need to make sure that your background layer isn't locked before trying to rotate or move the selection with the Move Tool. You can also use the Transform Panel to resize, move, rotate and shear the selection.

 

Can I use Bilinear, or Nearest Neighbor to transform a selection?


A person who don't speak english «Consalvo»

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After a long time I find a way, if you go to preferences and go to performance select Nearest Neighbor and deselect the two options below you can transform the pixels without losing the shapes.

 

Sorry my english


A person who don't speak english «Consalvo»

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