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This behavior has been around for ages. Only solution that I know of, is to change the image layer into a Background layer before resizing. From the top menu: Layer > New > Layer from background Flattening also merges everything into one Background layer. It might be better for some situations. From the top menu: Layer > Flatten image
Undefined: If you are talking about converting a Bitmap Layer to a 3D Preset (Mesh From Preset > Cylinder), I believe you'll need to start with an image that is 3:2 (width:height) so that it will wrap around the cylinder with minimal distortion. This means that you'll need to adjust your artwork to fit by either adjusting your master or by padding out the ...
Snapping has nothing to do with the Ctrl key, at least not in Illustrator. Items either snap or not based on preferences and view menu settings. The Ctrl (or Command for Mac users) does not alter snap behavior in any way, never has in Illustrator. I sorely wish it did. You may need to turn on Snap to Point, Snap to Grid, or Smart Guides in the View Menu and ...
You need to use the Displacement Map filter. It's a bit of a detailed processes so you would probably be better served doing a Google Search for "Photoshop Displacement Map Tutorial".
I sent a private msg to James Talmage on the Adobe Forums and will report back if/when he gets back to me. As for the Path Area plugin, I had already tested it before this question and, indeed, it doesn't work in CS6. I haven't found any way to contact the telegraphics.com.au team on their website. It seems for now there's no real way to compute areas ...
As far as I know, the debug panel (if it's still in the code) isn't hooked up to anything in either version of AI CS6, and it didn't do much of anything in CS5/5.1 either. There is a plug-in called Path Area that works in CS2-CS5.1, but not in CS6 (I just tested). If you have CS5 still installed you can run it, otherwise you might check with the ...
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