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Resizing canvas with anchor to page breaks rasterized layers.

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Sorry for the weird title, couldn't put my finger on a descriptive title.

 

I have a pixel-art style document (100x33px), if I augment the height, the image "breaks" or is modified, even though anchor to page is selected. This is worrysome since anchor to page should prevent any transformation whatsoever. I tested both on 1.4 and beta 1 with the same results. Here are some images, to make things more clear :)

 

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Ty, just tell me if you need more info (or even the project file).

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Ok, so after more testing, I believe the problem is with anchoring to the document center. More specifically, going from 33 to 50 (uneven to even), AD has issues anchoring the image and pixel perfect boundaries are broken. Anchoring to top temporarily "fixes" this for me.

 

A true resolution would be to either choose the top or bottom middle pixel. If the user has force pixel alignement on and move whole pixels on, which indicates the user wants to work in a "pixel-perfect" environment (not going to print). This wouldn't "break" or modifiy the image.

 

Good-day o/

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