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Because your size is not exactly 16px. After I changed it to 16 (click once changed 16.00003 to 16, but it does not actually work; you will have to reduce to 15 or 14 and then go back to 16) for the first icon and align horizontally to the artboard and it seems fine for me now. You can take a look at it yourself.


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Use an svg for a sprite. Then you don't have to worry about resolution. Especially if your artwork is simple enough to have a small file size.


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It's not really something you can just do at the end. It's something you need to account for from the moment you edit the first graphic. You need to know at the start how many resolutions you need to support. If that's impossible, as in it hasn't been decided but the show must go on, then you should simply work with the largest size that might be needed ...


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Open up the spritesheet in your image editor of choice. Crop spritesheet down to the area you want. Export new sprite. Repeat until all the sprites you need have been exported out as individual images/sprites. In Photoshop, use the web slices tool to "slice" up the sprites and then do a Save For Web. Make sure to export all the user slices. This will ...


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You can use the commandline to export all layers. First, so see how many or which layers we have, with --query-all or -S: $ inkscape --query-all presentation.svg | grep layer | awk -F, '{print $1}' layer1 layer2 layer3 With the id (exakt name) of the layer, you can now export it with --export-id=ID or -i and -j, --export-id-only $ inkscape ...



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