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Hi, 

Is there a way to turn on percentage scaling for scaling an image placed within a picture frame?

Shift, Alt, Ctrl none of the modifiers seems to work. Very annoying when i just want to scale a tiny bit

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15 minutes ago, haakoo said:

Use the transform panel for the content of the picture frame,not the dpi settings

It would work if there was a way to see % in the W or H boxes, it only shows actual sizes in units (mm, inch, etc.)

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2 minutes ago, redlik said:

It would work if there was a way to see % in the W or H boxes, it only shows actual sizes in units (mm, inch, etc.)

Just like the "other" app has both, mm and %'s

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1 hour ago, PaulEC said:

You can type in percentages in the transform panel, if that helps.

I know but it doesn't stay in % so you never know what's your scale ratio is.

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