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Exported canvases don't preserve its resolution #874

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ebarranco opened this issue Jul 4, 2019 · 2 comments
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Exported canvases don't preserve its resolution #874

ebarranco opened this issue Jul 4, 2019 · 2 comments
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@ebarranco ebarranco commented Jul 4, 2019

Synfig version & platform:
Master and Stable
linux and windows

Issue description:

Exported canvases change its resolution in any canvas size different to the default one. (480x270).

If you have a canvas of 1920x1080 the subcanvas is 480x270
If you have a canvas of 1280x720 the subcanvas is 480x270
...and so on.

This cause a lot and painful problems to all artist that don't used the default resolution from the beginning of a project.

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@ebarranco ebarranco commented Jul 4, 2019

Directly related with Exporting canvas should set proper length for created sub-canvas #715 issue.

@morevnaproject morevnaproject self-assigned this Jul 7, 2019
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@morevnaproject morevnaproject commented Jul 7, 2019

Done! Thank you for reporting. ^__^

morevnaproject added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 12, 2019
@morevnaproject morevnaproject added this to Done in Releases Jul 29, 2019
@morevnaproject morevnaproject moved this from Done to Released in Releases Feb 6, 2020
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