You can resize rows of tiles, columns of tiles, or single tiles. By resizing tiles, you can avoid awkward joins in your job, such as down the middle of a face. You can also adjust tile sizes to fit the background on which the image will be mounted, such as around a window.
Before you begin: Create a basic tiling.
Changing the size of one row or column causes the adjacent row or column to stretch or shrink accordingly. You cannot create tiles that exceed the size of the selected media.
Resize a row or column: Click a tile edge and type in x/y coordinates on the toolbar. Alternatively, drag a tile edge to a new position.
Resize an individual tile: Hold down <Alt>, and click a tile edge. Then, release <Alt>, and type in x/y coordinates on the toolbar. Alternatively, hold down <Alt>, and drag a tile edge to a new position.