does setting the angle of an image make its size unchangeable?
eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Thu Oct 4 06:02:18 EDT 2007
Le 4 oct. 07 à 11:20, Josh Mellicker a écrit :
> Can anyone tell me if this is a bug that should be bugzilla'd?
I don't think so:
From the docs:
Unlike the rotate command, the angle property affects only the screen
display of the image, not the actual picture data in it.
In addition, as your image is only referenced, this explains that.
But try this:
create a stack
add an image
set the filename of the image
verify that it resizes as expected (change width, height or rect,
with property inspector or script)
set the imageData of image 1 to the imageData of image 1
rotate image 1 by 270
try to resize the image
See Angle property and Rotate command in the docs.
> create a stack
> add an image
> set the filename of the image
> verify that it resizes as expected (change width, height or rect,
> with property inspector or script)
> set the angle of the image to 270
> try to resize the image
> what happens?
> On Oct 3, 2007, at 10:48 AM, Josh Mellicker wrote:
>> Setting the width, height or rect of an image works fine, unless
>> the angle is set to something besides 0... in which case the size
>> reverts to the formatted size, and is unchangeable in either the
>> property inspector or by script...
>> Is this normal? Can anyone confirm?
>> (2.8.1, Intel OS X)
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