Hi there from the image below you will see some guides that are set 1mm apart but the pixel lines I have drawn are not aligned nor am I able to get them aligned to the mm. moving the lines with the anchor tool causes them to loses the solidness and bleed into other pixels. does anyone know away to get the pixels to align to the mm?
may just be something Im missing
If you have one pixel vector shapes and you move them the antialias often moves a bit when you move them around smudging them a little. If you go into full zoom then you can move the shape less than one pixel. Usually just giving it one notch to the right of the left will again realign it 100% correctly.
It’s a bit of a drag as if you move an element around you then have to go back and doublechecked all your one pixel shapes to make sure they are all still solid.
You can also “ctrl+t” and slightly adjust the shape size to make sure it’s exactly one pixel, not a little more or a little less.
I’m not sure if there’s an automated process for this. I recently also redo the whole Bunch of buttons after I moved around on my canvas and realised that the one pixel details had all been smudged.
100% zoom is my solution, but it is of course a laborious one.
Yeah I know what you are saying
it is as you said they smug if I try to get them exactly by moving their anchor points, I can not get each pixel shape on the guides exactly so they are all uniformed.
I think this is to do with the DPI … Im working on a print DPI of 300 and a screen of 72DPI, but if I open a new project with a screen DPI of 300 then they align but then when I import into a normal psd of 72DPI it all goes pixelated and barely shows…. so I think it may work if I multiple the pixel shapes by 466.66% (466.66 is the amount of timers 72 goes into 400 being the DPI )