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Create a tileable square image from a pattern

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Mar 20, 2024 Mar 20, 2024

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Hi, been trying to work this out for hours and searched the forum but I can't find the answer.

 

Basically I have created a custom pattern and I want to save this as a tileable image of a precise size.

 

My problem is that I can't find out what size the pattern is in pixels.

 

My workflow is,

1) Open an image

2) In the Libraries window click on 'Add Elements'

3) Click on 'Extract from image'

4) Adjust scale,position etc. and click on 'Save to CC libraries'

 

I can then create a new file of 600*600 pixels at 150DPI and drag the pattern to it but the pattern doesn't fit the image exactly because the pattern is a different size.

 

Is there any way I can find out what the size of the pattern is or force the pattern to 600*600 so that it fits the image exactly?

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Mar 20, 2024 Mar 20, 2024

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Stand down people! 🙂

 

I'd seen a solution which said hover the mouse over the pattern and it should display the size but it didn't.

 

I just updated to 25.6.0 and now when I hover the mouse over the patterns tool tip text comes up with the dimensions!

 

I've now created an image of that exact size and dragged the pattern to it and exported as PNG and the PNG tiles seamlessly so all is well.

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