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I opened a new file and created my pattern, selected all and defined pattern. Then I closed the file without saving it and then used the pattern - great.

Now is there a way to make changes to that pattern?

The real problem is I need to used that pattern on my css, Though I can not remember what dimensions i used, so if I could edit the existing one, then I could just save it as a jpg and use it in my css Thanks

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marked as duplicate by Scott, Brendan, JohnB, Yisela May 8 '13 at 22:54

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Reverse engineer it by applying it to a surface and find the point of repetition. Crop there to get back the original texture.

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