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Silly me. I found a solution in my bash history. I needed to set -filter point. convert from.png -interpolate Nearest -filter point -resize 800% to.png The default filter appears to be Cubic for me. Interestingly, -interpolate Nearest doesn't seem to affect the output at all and may not be needed above. I'd love to know why and won't accept this as the ...


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I've done this myself, the shortcut is ctrl + shift + B in Windows and cmd + shift + B on a Mac. Hope that helps.


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Try choosing View > Show Bounding Box from the menu.


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With Auto Size Type feature introduced in AI CC 2014.1 , text box automatically adjusted its height according to the content inside the box . To use this feature double click on the widget appearing at the bottom of text box . For more details please look at : ...


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You were close! I created an action with the following steps: Layer > Smart Object > Convert to Smart Object Layer > Smart Object > Edit Contents File > Automate > Fit Image (set your size requirements here) File > Save File > Close Layer > Smart Object > Rasterize Image This does what you were trying, but it treats each layer you apply it to as its ...


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Yes. Actually, you end up with a tad bit over 1000ppi. Just be certain to uncheck "Resample" in the Image Size dialog of Photoshop. Assuming you're using Photoshop.


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Do you have to resize a too many artboards? If not, try filling each artboard you need to resize with a rectangle of its same size, then group each rectangle with the contents of each artboard. Next, resize your artboards as you need. Then resize all the groups you just made so that the rectangle fits its respective artboard. Finally, delete each of the ...


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Workflow depends on lots of things... When you resize a frame in InDesign, the content is unchanged. This may seem counter-intuitive, but the only thing that changes is an internal descriptor which controls the dimensions of said content. For example, if you have a raster 5 megapixel image, it is 5 megapixels regardless of frame size. Thus, there is an ...


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In general, vector content is vector content. Size/resolution is calculated upon output and the vector content is rasterized according to settings and output device capabilities. This is true for just about any app which handles vector content. A benefit to vector content is you don't need to worry about this sort of thing. If the content is vector it will ...


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Resolution determines how many Pixels Per Inch (ppi) an image has. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pixel_density So an image that is 120 pixels by 120 pixels could be any size really, because you could make a 72ppi or 300ppi, or any other number. Your best bet to achieve a 120px by 120px image would be to create a blank image of that size in Photoshop (or ...


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Very easy solution! First open your file in Photoshop and under Image Size, uncheck resample image. Beside resolution field, put in 300. Hit, OK. The file will resize itself to a smaller measurement but it will be 300 dpi. (Same pixel size, just smaller in inches.) Save it as a jpg. Now, open Illustrator. Go up to File, down to place, and place your new ...


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There's no magic trick to transform a low resolution photo to a high res image without losing sharpness. If you're willing to let your photo have a more stylized look there are some options. There are some solutions using Photoshop but since you're in Illustrator I would look into the Image Trace function. I did a quick test by opening up your image in ...


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I have had this a few times, just simply add a layer at the back of the document in a single colour like black, or a colour that matches the edges of your work and should be all sorted!


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Duplicate the resized layer and merge it down. Repeat. This will remove half-transparent edges of opaque layers. I agree it's a pain in the ass though.



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