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Stretching the bleep out of a jpg is a pretty feasible technique in this case, since this is a blurry image to begin with. You are going to see some banding if you stretch it too much, but there are things you could do to try and avoid that. Here's the image you provided, stretched to viewport siz. On my 1440p screen res, the banding goes slightly over ...


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Open the file and choose File > Save for Web... In the Image Size area input 87x87.


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Try and Object > Expand your pattern before saving it as an .svg. That way, the pattern is converted into actual objects, and those are bound to show up in your export.


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You do this with Clipping Masks. What you basically want to do is draw a path outlining where you want the person to appear, place the picture below your new object, then create the clipping mask. I'll outline this in more detail below. Starting out with some random lady I found and a diamond shape with a square below that. To begin the creation of ...


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Are your objects grouped when you copy and paste them? I've been able to replicate the behaviour you've found. For some strange reason, I've found copying groups brings in that single pixel line. Grouped: Ungrouped:


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Make sure that the initial jpeg and the CS6 file resolution are both on inches. The conversion done on Adobe's cut/paste between software usually works best on the same suite (within CS6 all around, etc.).


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Of course, all you have to do is have the scale in mind. You can work with whatever size you wish in Illustrator actually, and as long as everything is correctly proportional when scaled up or down (or not scaled at all, for that matter) you will get a sharp and crisp pattern for your garment as the design would be done in vectors. There is a quite ...


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Please try release compound path with the right click. Then Ctrl/Option+J: Object -> Path -> Join


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You cannot copy Illustrator settings like stroke into Photoshop unless you place it as a smart object preserving everything. You can still apply layer styles to the smart object and edit the content in Illustrator. Which should cover most of your use-cases. You just wont have a shape layer. So your choices are shape or smart object.


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Err.... simply choose View > Pixel Preview from the menu.


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OK, here goes. If you have already type some text using the type tool and selected this text using Selection Tool(the black arrow), you will see something like this have you notice the rightmost circle? just move the cursor on to this circle, double click it, and you'll see this OK, now you can adjust the border of this text box without shrinking ...


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You do not need the bounding box. It is possible to work 100% of the time and never use the bounding box on any object. In fact, the only reason the bounding box was ever added to Adobe Illustrator is to make CoreldDraw users feel more comfortable (no joke, that's the truth). Seriously, there's only one thing the bounding box does which can not easily be ...



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