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300 PPI (pixels-per-inch) means 1 inch = 300 pixels. From that you should be able to work out your sizes relatively easy. If you know the pixel dimensions and need to work out the physical dimensions based on 300 PPI, just divide your pixel value by 300. For example: You have an image that is 1,200x1,200 pixels. 1,200 / 300 = 4 So if you are ...


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Assuming you're using Photoshop, here's a step by step guide to change your default units preferences. Though you may also be able to just toggle the ruler on (CTRL + R) and right click on it to change the unit preference. Also here's a link to another question that might address some issues you could run into. Hope this helps!


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Resize to 20 pixels smaller in each direction first. Then expand canvas outwards to the desired size with white background showing


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You could open up 'Canvas size' (Alt + Ctrl/Cmd + C), select 'Pixels' as the unit of measure, and increase width and height by 20px (10px margin on all sides).


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With the elliptic selection tool, click into the selection. This doesn't restore the selection per se. It rather starts a new selection within the bounding box of the existing one, but will come close in most cases. In your case, it should be indistinguishable from the original selection.


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So far, found only one way to enlarge the selection without losing center... Select menu > Grow Not as flexible as the initial mouse resizer, but will do the job for now.


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Go to image > image sizeā€¦ enter desired pixel value and select the forth option in the dropdown and press enter. here's an image of what your menu should look like (it's from german photoshop though)


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You have to make the header banner 1500px by 500px if you do not want twitter to scale your graphic to cover the banner. So in whichever graphics editing program you use, make a document that size and place your square image inside the document and scale accordingly.


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I have no experience with Sketch, but you could do what we used for rounded corners before CSS3 was around; using a 3x3 image grid. CORNER BORDER CORNER BORDER CENTER BORDER CORNER BORDER CORNER It's a pretty clunky solution though. I'd not find it worth the effort. After all, it's called "sketch", instead of "the final image design" for a reason.


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There are two solutions to this. The first: Go to Edit > Preferences > General Check the box "Scale strokes and effects" That solves it! The first is somewhat temporal or should I say local to your machine because if you send the ai file to someone else and they don't have this stuff checked, they run into the same issue. The Second fix. Click on ...



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