Please refer to a similar discussion in the forum with subject name "Pixel Preview CS4 vs CS5- needs anti-aliasing for BMPs" posted on May 4, 2010.
Thanx for the link,
But it appears to be, that this question is not solved al all - after the last comment on this topic, june 9, nothing is added.
So this is a bug? Will there be a fix?
thanx for the info...
Can you post a example?
Can you explain in slightly more detail why the present behavior in CS5 (I'ld not go so far as to call it a bug) is problematic for you?
For the same reason as the guys on this topic are complaining....
There is allmost no difference now between the overprint preview and the pixel preview when we talk about bitmaps...
Please dont answer the same things as in the linked topic. Let me know if there will be a fix or not. That's all I want to know.
In meanwhile I'll continue working on cs4 - because a that nice preview is crucial for our work!
No one here can answer your question as there seldom is an Adobe employee privy to that information that visits this Forum though they do make a visits from time to time.
However it was suggested that this will not be changed as it is properly displaying the preview.
However I believe you can get what you want out of applying the Effects>Rasterize which is only an effect which means it is live and can be turned off or deleted.
this I believe is same exact answer given before and the only answer available.
This is a HUGE issue for everyone that works with 1-bit images –t-shirt and textile designers, screenprint artists, printmakers, etc.– The answer given works but it is too sluggish. Everyone I've asked so far has gone back to CS4. I will do the same until a new view mode is added.