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Ratios shouldn't show up as a measurement unit. Should just be a solid number. This bug has been around a little while.

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A ratio can be of different units of measurement:
1cm x 20 px

 

While not using the specification of a unit still functions fine:
Just type the number and hit tab for the next field and it functions just fine, so you can forego (ignore) the px unit of measure and still get what you try to achieve?

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The Mac version does not display units, I think it makes more sense not to for Custom Ratio but both apps do have to be the same where possible. 

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1 minute ago, Chris B said:

The Mac version does not display units, I think it makes more sense not to for Custom Ratio but both apps do have to be the same where possible. 

Isn't the presence of the units for a crop ratio already logged as a bug for the Windows version of Photo?


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