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I had been having this problem FOREVER and I just found a solution, even though the person I was talking to about the move tool made me actually figure out the problem. The alignment tool is selecting the top most layer where ever you click, regardless of what layer you have selected/transparencies. Try hiding the layers above what you are trying to work ...


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Check if your strokes are aligned to the same place, ie inside, centre or outside - find this in the path and stroke panel.


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First, you might want to deactivate all snapping (also to pixel grids and all, see this question). Then: activate the Smart Guides (View > Smart Guides or Ctrl / Option+U); select the move tool (V); grab the rectangle shape by its lower left anchor (be sure the smart guide tip says 'anchor'); drag it over to the circle's bending point, where one of the ...


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You can do this with actions & the batch automation feature within Photoshop. To accomplish a colored or transparent background with new size dimensions, you'd create an action set (folder icon) and create an action within that set for each color you're looking to batch. Step 1: Create the action Record yourself resizing the canvas for future ...


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I like kochumvk's answer for the sheer simplicity - because after all this is a maths problem. But if you're like me and don't like maths, you could go through the process I've outlined below. (I only know that Scribus has a distribute function from your question and this page, and I assume it works in a similar way as Illustrator.) In the top-left ...


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I have received a perfect answer at another (non-English) site, let me publish it here for those who may have the same question in future. mogrify -extent 640x640 -gravity Center -fill white *.jpg (the mogrify command is a part of ImageMagick)


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I've had this problem before. If its the same thing I experienced...here's your answer...Make sure that inside your transform tool, your "Scale Strokes & Effects" and "Align To Pixel Grid" boxes are UNCHECKED.


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The Align by default only works with more than one item selected. If you change "Align To:" Artboard it will align the item based on the dimensions of the Artboard you are using.


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What you're doing should be correct but can I suggest, from seeing your screenshot I'm not sure if you're aligning properly. Try Window > Align and then choosing these two selections I have highlighted. Just make sure you do this while your square has been selected:


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Short answer: you'll have to do this mostly by hand. The reason Auto-Align won't work for you is based on how it works. The algorithm looks for things that match, image to image, such as the background elements in a series of group photographs or the overlapping sections of a panorama. It has no way for you to tell it "this is my point of interest". Your ...



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