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Is there way to remove "snap to pixel" when drawing?

Is there way to remove "snap to pixel" when drawing?

Hi,hopefully this makes question makes sense.
when using photoshop brushes and wacom tablet, in very minute fine tuning, it seems the brush snaps to individual pixels giving a jagged appearance.

Is there a feature so it does not snap to pixels?

RE: Is there way to remove "snap to pixel" when drawing?


Don't know what version you are using and I just recently loaded CS4 and don't yet know how to do this in CS but In PS 7 you can try:

Click View and undue "Snap" or choose "Snap To" and choose none.

Just a guess


RE: Is there way to remove "snap to pixel" when drawing?

Yes. CS4 is what I have and it works there.

it was 'under my nose' all along!
Thanks Sam.


RE: Is there way to remove "snap to pixel" when drawing?

Happy to assist

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