Could you please post a screenshot to illustrate the issue?
adding the vertical or horizontal dimensions for as 2953px (image size is 2953px x 2953px)
You offset by the full dimensions?
Thanks. I have attached screen shot.
If you see on the top left and bottom left this is the "white flower copy" layer that I am trying to offset. This is a copy of the white flow with blue centre just to the left of the offset window.
You will see that the offset layer I want to wrap is missing the blue centre.
I'm still struggling with it. have even set up a new document and copied and pasted the flower into new doc. It's still happening. Could there be some settings somewhere I need to change? There has to be a reason for this.
Use one half of your dimensions for the offset, not the full width and height.
Thanks for your reply. But using half dimensions is not working either
I'm at a loss. Has anyone else had this problem?
I am having a similar problem when offsetting lots of layers, which suggests there is something I need to change?
I can offset a full image of motifs in one layer with no problem but as soon as I have lots of layers of motifs to offset, the offset tool just doesn't work properly even if I use half dimensions. It is cropping my motifs so that they don't seamlessly repeat.
Could anyone shed any light? I've googled and reset Tools and Photoshop to factory settings but this doesn't help. Many thanks.
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Photoshop does not have an »offset tool«, as far as I know, but a Filter called Offset.
Can you try cropping the image to the Canvas Size (Select > All, Image > Crop) before applying the Offset?
Yes that works perfectly now - thank you very much for your help!