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Date Posted: 23:03:51 04/08/03 Tue
Author: Scott Barnes
Subject: Re: Constrain rubber band to an aspect ratio?
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Constrain rubber band to an aspect ratio?" on 20:54:19 04/08/03 Tue

Hi Michel,

Thanks for the prompt response, and thank you very much for considering this for a future enhancement!

Actually, for this purpose the ratio would need to be fixed. So for a 4x6" print, the ratio would be 2:3 (1:1.5 if you prefer ;-), it would be nice to be able to programatically control the ratio so that weird special purpose fitting would be possible.

I could see an arbitrary rectangle being created automatically (centered?), then use the standard rubber band features to move and resize the corners. Possible?

Thanks again,


>Hi Scott,
>Your application has great looks.
>I have added your request to my todo list, but I can't
>promise a date. Right now am I wrapping up of few
>changes then I will prepare version 2.01.
>I assume you first want to draw the band with an
>arbitrary ratio, then you want to keep the ratio when
>you resize it?
>Best regards,
>>Is there a way to constrain the rubber band to an
>>aspect ratio? One app I want to build (next) is to
>>edit my digital camera pictures to print 4 by 6 inch
>>prints. Can see this being useful for other purposes
>>A screen shot of a current hobby project is here:
>><a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.predomi.net/WSFTP.jpg">http://www.predomi.net/WSFTP.jpg</a>
>>Resamples and saves one or two images as jpg,
>>generates html and uploads to a taekwondo club's
>>Love Envision 2!

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