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action:Resize_Image [2015/06/29 23:56]
action:Resize_Image [2021/05/25 22:10] (current)
JMichaelTX ADD screenshot and reformat actions into table. Add details to Action Descriptions.
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-There are a variety of actions to resize or crop an image either ​in the system clipboard, or in a [[:​Clipboards|Named Clipboard]].+====== Modify ​an Image Action ====== 
 +(Options ​in _Resize an Image_ Action)
-You can:+There are a variety of actions to modify an image either in the [[:Clipboards#​System_Clipboard| System Clipboard]],​ or in a [[:​Clipboards|Named Clipboard]].
-* *Resize an Image*, scaling ​it to specified dimensions. +{{:​action:​resize-image-action.png?​nolink|}} 
-* *Resize an Image to Fit*, scaling ​it to fit within specified dimensions. + 
-* *Resize the Canvas*with the (possibly cropped) ​image left in the center of the new canvas. +** Choose One of the Following Actions from the "​Resize"​ Popup Menu:** 
-* *Add Margins to an Image*, adding (or removing) a margin ​to each edge of an image. + 
-* *Crop an Image*slicing out a particular section ​of the image.+^ Action Option ^ Description ^ 
 +Resize an Image | Scale it to specified dimensions ​(width and height), which may distort image| 
 +Resize an Image to Fit | Scale it to fit within specified dimensions ​(width and height), maintaining original relative proportion| 
 +Resize the Canvas ​**Change Size of Canvas ​with the image left in the center of the new canvas.**\\    • Image will be cropped if Canvas size is smaller than Image size.\\   • Transparent Margin will be added if Canvas size is larger than Image size. | 
 +Add/​Remove ​Margins to an Image | Change the margin ​on each edge of an image. ​| 
 +Crop an Image | Crop to Dimensions set by LeftTop position and Width and Height. | 
 +| Set Image DPI | Set the effective DPI of the image (the pixels are unchanged). | 
 +Note that the actions refer to image pixels, irrespective of the DPI of the image.
action/Resize_Image.1435636563.txt.gz · Last modified: 2015/06/29 23:56 by peternlewis