Why does Photoshop isometric scaling of moderate graphics result in false pixels?

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Apr 16, 2022 Apr 16, 2022

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Why do false pixels appear in Photoshop after using the transform tool for isometric scaling of modest shapes? When I use Boolean operations to create, I get false pixels. Previous versions of the transform tool would align pixels when isoscaling a modest rectangle.

This problem greatly reduces the efficiency of creation, and it is particularly unfriendly to have to manually adjust the decimal points to integers.

I hope it will be optimized.

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Apr 17, 2022 Apr 17, 2022

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There is no Transform Tool in Photoshop. 

 

Could you please provide meaningful information including screenshots with the pertinent Panels visible and taken at View > 100%? 

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What are the Photoshop > Preferences > General > Image Interpolation-setting and the Interpolation-setting during the transformation (in the case of pixel-content)? 

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