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Design Sketch Basics Build a Mobile Interface Layer Styling

Igor Belogurov
Igor Belogurov
338 Points

when i zoom-in on the canvas to edit icon for example, only i can see is pixel-field

I'm using Sketch on my Macbook Pro Retina 13' and when I zoom-in when i editing icon for example, I see pixelization image. https://www.dropbox.com/s/ceonvx47dcgyn6p/1.png?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/j9y3pvpjevx03tc/2.png?dl=0 There are the screenshots. How Can i fix this?

2 Answers

Ondine Rangel
Ondine Rangel
Courses Plus Student 21,795 Points

on the top right , under VIEW you can change that by unclicking "show pixels"

Christopher Downer
Christopher Downer
Treehouse Guest Teacher

In case you do want to turn the pixels back on, you can toggle them on and off with this nifty shortcut: Control-P