Please! Can some one save me and explain what a hell adobe is trying to do, breaking stuff that worked as long as PS 4.0, back in the 90´s?
This is supossed to be a simple edit:
1 - Crtl + K
2 - Select "Nearest Neighbor"
3 - Select area
4 - Crtl + T
5 - Done
Now, I get this awlfull result:
Oh god... I need to do my work...
Make that thing work again!!!
Hi, Can you please try to select this option ans restart if you are using Photoshop Cc 2019.
Thank you for your answer, but I don´t have this option:
Can you please tell me which photoshop version you are using ?
Made a mistake. Was using an older version (19.4).
But the problem is older than I thougt.
I used the 20.0 version, but the result is the same.
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Is it still like that when viewing at 100%?
---Is it still like that when viewing at 100%?
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Don´t get it.
I found the option on the 20.0 version. Tried that. It still doen´t work.
Sorry if I was not clear.
The same error happens on the 19.4 version. I´m downloading older versions, so I can pinpoint when it stopped working.
Found a solution:
Don´t know why, but with this particular file I have to use a very old trick. Select just 1 pixel and then scale it.
Interesting. Is that layer's opacity low, or is it rasterized like that? Do you get the same result with a layer at full opacity, transforming, then lowering the opacity?
If it was just the opacity, it would have worked correctly, because there is not transparency to calculate.
Just tried this, and I didn't have an issue. what was your document size,and do you know what the opacity was before the layer was rasterized?
Opps, just got it to do what was going on with you.
Tried it with CS6, and it was doing it then. Might be something that it has done for a long long time.
I just had the same thing happen with resizing some pixel art in PS 22.0.1. I had everything selected properly (I've been a PS user for over 20 years and I've never seen this happen!) but it kept blurring the results when I resized the image using any of the methods (free transform, image size, etc.). I finally went into image size, and cycled through the "Resample" options (it was on nearest neighbor and the preview was actually correct- just not the result when clicking OK). After cycling through them all in the preview, I put it back on nearest neighbor and clicked OK and.. it worked. Weird.