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Try ticking the "use artboards" option when exporting and set your artboard to the size you want.
I think @Max Tokman is right, but you don't need to go through Photoshop. Just Edit > Preferences > Units (Ctrl/Command+K) to switch your General Units to Pixels. Then click your Artboard Tool (Shift+O) from the main tool panel. Then in the Control Bar, check the following properties: Reference Point - One of the four corners must be selected, none ...
Your illustrator object or object group is likely positioned with non-integer or odd (as opposed to even) horizontal coordinates. My suggestion is to export from Illustrator to Photoshop and finalize image manipulation there.
The problem may be that when you are working in Photoshop your file is being color managed. You can turn that off and it should allow you to maintain the color you want. I‘ve included a link that explains how to turn off color management in photoshop. http://bjango.com/articles/photoshop/ I found it through a link on hack design.
I answered a similar question before, to be done with a script in Photoshop: Advice on batch exporting sections of an image You'd just need to adjust the values at the beginning of the script: var cellWidth = 240; // The width, in px, of your image cell var cellHeight = 240; // The height, in px, of your image cell var xOffset = ...
Select the slice tool (under the crop category), with the slice tool select your entire image. Right click on your selection and choose 'Divide Slice', enter the horizontal and vertical dimensions of your choice. Now choose 'Save for Web', select all your slices and choose your format and compression. Click save and make sure it says 'All Slices' under ...
I have no idea how this could be achieved either in Photoshop or in Illustrator but InDesign has a solution to your problem. Create a document with a custom size (the size of one of your cells) and uncheck the "facing pages" feature towards the top of the dialogue box. Once your document is created, open the Pages panel, and from the flyout menu, uncheck ...
It was easy to find this feature just with googing illustrator assets generator and finding this on Adobe TV. Just in short: CSS Properties pane. If you want to export a raster image (png for example) you need to add your object into a symbol. Sometimes I was need to rename an object after creating a symbol. Strange. Regular size @1x value is 72 ppi ...
In Indesign, go to Edit>Transparency Flattener Presets, click on "High" as a starting point, then click on "New". In the dialog box that comes up, slide the raster/vector slider all the way to the left. Set the lifework resolution to around 1200/600/300 (whatever your printer's resolution is) and then set the gradient/mesh resolution to 150 or 300 if you are ...
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