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With a Macro in Affinity Photo I need to take a larger file and resize the short edge to 1000 pixels.  Wherever the long edge ends up is fine.  I tried making a Macro, but the long dimension is locked into the length created with the original image used to create the Macro.  The crops will be different for all of the photos.  Is there any way to do this with Affinity Photo?  Photoshop has a Fit command that I used in the past.  I'm trying to get away from Photoshop!

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This post/tutorial may be of help and you can possibly adapt it to fit your requirements.

 


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@DanThePhotoMan, @firstdefence

That macro sets the maximum side to a specified dimension. You are seeking a minimum dimension.. I have had a look at my macro and modified it accordingly. It was just be a matter of replacing max(h,w) by min(h,w) on two lines. I have created a macro to resize to 1000px minimum.

Resize to 1000 min size.afmacro

John


Windows 10, Affinity Photo 1.8,5 Designer 1.8.5 and Publisher 1.8.5 (mainly Photo), now ex-Adobe CC

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