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Resize Type 1, not upsizing images

Thread began 9/12/2013 7:22 pm by deafboyz_audio386924 | Last modified 9/24/2013 10:58 am by Jason Byrnes | 459 views | 3 replies |

deafboyz_audio386924

Resize Type 1, not upsizing images

I am using resize type ( resizeType ) 1, which i believe is the fit to box. The problem is that it doesnt resize the images bigger than they originally are.

I start with a 276 x 183 image... it resizes down to 100 x 66 to fit in a 100 x 75 box... perfect.

but when i tell it to resize to a 560 x 420 box it stays the original 276 x 183 size.

i noticed that resizeType 4 (fixed width, height) does resize up, but it puts a ugly color bar on the side etc.

so my question, is::::

***** If resizeType 1 is acting as it should, is there any way to specify a transparent bar as fill for type 4?***

I need images to be resized up and down, without any bars.

I am able to do custom mods if need be.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

no, fit to box wont resize smaller images. you could display the image in a div that is set to 560 x 420 and set the background color on the div. margin: auto; should center the smaller images.

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deafboyz_audio386924

that doesnt help me at all, the image is still small. which is not what i want. so looks like i would have to use resize type 4, but somehow specify a transparent fill color. How would this be done?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

there is not a way to specify a fill color for resize type 4, what you are asking is not supported.

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