Pattern Tile Seam lines
Can we please find a way to fix those tiny 0.5 px seam lines we ALL have had to deal with for years? The ones that you see when you zoom in or out at certain levels? The ones that don't apparently print? However, they for sure show up when importing patterns into Photoshop, so they aren't just imaginary. When building a Photoshop pattern that begins as a vector pattern, it becomes a nightmare having to meticulously clone them out. Please fix this if at all possible!
Same here! They need to fix this glitch is SO annoying!
This is, without a doubt a bug. Not just rendering. Take a clean, repeatable pattern, export to JPG with Art optimized. Then there WILL be seams when tested in Photoshop. This does not happen as much of the time when exported to PNG. Why has this bug been around for over 7 years??????? What s the root of the problem and what s the workaround??
Scott Franson commented
In my searching many people say it is not a bug, just a pesky screen rendering problem. If the exterior edge of the pattern did not anti alias the problem would be fixed. Patterns require a hard edge when creating. Just leave the edges hard. Then anti-alias the elements within the pattern.
Transferring files from illustrator to photoshop is indeed a challenge.
I can reproduce this bug. Please contact me. This should work better.
This is an AA-issue that they really should look into solving. It's been around for too long. :/
Russ Gray commented
I admit this isn't a "new feature" but is so needed. That tiny, 0.5 pixel width "seam" line is an absolute nightmare to deal with. Sure we've always been told it won't "print", but it sure shows up when importing a pattern into Photoshop. Cloning the seam line out is WAY too much work. There has to be a way to fix this seam.