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scale masks when resizing document in designer?

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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
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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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Hi R34V3r,

 

There isn't a way to scale the Mask in Designer.  

 

I'll move this post over to Feature Requests :) 

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