Hey, I've read some other posts relating to a similar issue with Fresco - where sometimes the pixel layer will suddenly turn blurry and it looks out of focus compared to other layers. To fix this my only option has been to redraw these when it happens.
Does anyone know if this issue is a bug, or something else? I wondered if there was an ideal way to work around this, so that it doesn't happen?
I always work with 300dpi pixel setting. Otherwise I love this app and look forward to it evolving! Many thanks!
If you're working at 300dpi and zooming in on an image it makes sense that the pixel layers would seem blurry as you're zoomed in so you see the lines in more details. Specially if you're comparing a pixel layer to a vector layer.
Are you suggesting that some pixel layers look blurry while other still look as expected?
Also if you've read other posts on the Adobe Support Community forum on the same topic, it's often helpful to just continue posting in that thread as people with the same experiences will find it easier to see all discussions in a single thread.
I get that. I'm not talking about artwork viewed zoomed in or looking at it enlarged. This is at normal view, some layers/linework which start off fine somehow turn blurry and lose their original resolution. This only seems to affect the odd layer drawn with the same brush and size. And redrawing fixes them. I felt that possibly the nesting and grouping layers may be a contributing factor that's making them more susceptible to suddenly turn blurry — in some cases. So as an experiment I'm finding that avoiding doing that helps avaoid the issue.
does going back to the original view cause that layer to turn back normal? or is it still blurry? I know you're using 300 DPI, but what is the overall size of the document?
Document size is A3. Returning to original view doesn't fix it. It only seems to affect the odd layer/linework and, the only remedy has been to redraw them. My instinct is that it may be related to layers which are nested together. And the nesting may make make them susceptible to suddenly turn blurry — in some cases. Don't know why. So I'm mindful of that as an experiment and hoping that helps avoid the issue.