Take a look though my "Never Stop Learning" weekly posts & more. You'll be able to see me try out techniques that are new to me, keep my chops up on techniques I've learned through the years, and talk about adjustments I'm making to my workflow to become more efficient/proficient with the Adobe Creative Suite, major focus on Photoshop and Illustrator.
Has it ever rounded up to the nearest point? Check out the video above to find out what’s going on.
In the image above, I tried putting in 25.5 for the stroke value but Adobe Illustrator will increase the value to the nearest point. The reason this happens is because we have the “Align to Pixel Grid” option activated.
I can use fractions of a point if I have “Align to Pixel Grid” deactivated.
If you’re using the Creative Cloud, you have access to a new Profile called “Basic RGB”. I’m using this one now because it gives me the RGB color mode but has “Align to Pixel Grid” deactivated. It comes in handy in MY workflow.