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Preserve aspect ratio also for fixed resizing #25

jmeile opened this Issue Dec 2, 2012 · 0 comments


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jmeile commented Dec 2, 2012


In other batch manipulation software you can set the "Preserve aspect ratio" when giving an exact size. For example, let's say you want your images to fit inside a 800x600 pixel square, but resize them proportionally. So, if you have an image with the size: 2112x2816 it will be resized to: 450x600. There would be cases where the image will be resized to 800x450 for example.

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@alessandrofrancesconi alessandrofrancesconi added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 21, 2014

@alessandrofrancesconi alessandrofrancesconi Pushed to 1.9
- Added watermark alignment buttons for top-center, center-left,
center-right, bottom-center (thanks to @Walt9Z)
- It's now possible to resize both dimension but keeping the aspect
ratio. In this case, the pixel width/height
are treated as maximum sizes for the resulting image. (issue #25)
(thanks to @Walt9Z)
- Resize and Crop manipulations are now treated as "normal priority"
steps. Originally they started first, now they follow
the original order given by the user in the GUI (issue #53)
- Added "tall" smartphone screen Crop presets (for devices like iPhone
- JPEG subsampling settings was wrong (issue #52)
- Updated Italian translation
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