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The problem is that the layers are scaling at the same rate. If you look at the actual scale values. For example, if you have one layer at 100% scale and another at 90% scale, then select both and resize to 50%, the layers will be at 50% scale and 40% scale, so they have both had their scale reduced by 50% of their total 100%, not 50% of their current scale. ...
Designing at 100% scale just means designing at the size (in pixels) that you will be displaying/outputing your icon at. If you are designing a 24px × 24px icon, you set up your artboard in Illustrator or document in Photoshop or whatever else you are using to 24px × 24px. As quoted from the Material Design guide, this is for pixel accuracy. If you work at ...
So i finally find the problem, i got hint in the outline mode. The problem was that i had to join the paths together to make the scaling. so in the pathfinder-merge option. this is how it looked and this is after
I will address your first two questions. You can measure the size of a digital documents one of two ways: In physical units + dpi. This is the case of the specs that you were given. They have requested a document that is 46in x 81in (physical units) at 300dpi (resolution). In pixels. These two ways are equivalent. You can convert from one to the other ...
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