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Digital File Pro 2 - fit to box not rescaling to exact width and height

Thread began 5/19/2009 10:17 am by jonathanfever357012 | Last modified 5/20/2012 9:26 am by jonathanfever357012 | 4368 views | 15 replies


i see what your saying

i see what your saying how the image will be to my dimensions and the rest of the image will be filled in. But the way it was worded in the advertisement on the DFP2 page was confusing because the image is not really being resized to my entered fixed width and height... its always proportional.

I am coming from a graphic design and web design background. And am thinking how image manipulation progarms work. So when i resize an image to an exact width and height, (if constrain proportions is off)... the image is resized to my exact dimensions... not resized proportional, keeping the image width and height to my specified values.

But i understand what your saying now!

Do you know if the "stretch to fit" will be introduced in later builds of Digital File Pro 2?

thanks again!!!

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