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in Photoshop when we enter values in any field in "Image Size..." all other values are automatically changed, which is not a case in Photo. There is also "Reset" option when ALT button is pressed. Can we expect these changes in v. 1.7 in Photo?

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Well, when I enter a value in DPI field (checked or not) nothing is changing.


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1 hour ago, Petar Petrenko said:

Well, when I enter a value in DPI field (checked or not) nothing is changing.

On Windows, for me, you need to click in one of the Size boxes to see the change that's implied by a DPI modification.


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12 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

On Windows, for me, you need to click in one of the Size boxes to see the change that's implied by a DPI modification.

Byt why? There is no need of that. It must auto update.


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3 hours ago, owenr said:

Resample enabled:

  • If units is pixels, then changes to the DPI control should, and does, automatically update the size values in real time.
  • If units is not pixels (in other words, it is a physical unit), then changes to the DPI control will not update the size values, and that is the correct behaviour because the physical size of an image does not change when the pixel density changes.

Resample disabled:

  • If units is pixels, then changes to the DPI control should not, and does not, automatically update the size values because there can be no change to the quantity of pixels when there is no resampling.
  • If units is not pixels (in other words, it is a physical unit), then changes to the DPI control should update the size values in real time, but fails to do so.

The last of these four cases has a problem.

 

Physical units are calculated from pixels. So, they must change whenever pixels change.


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2 minutes ago, owenr said:

No, the physical size should not change when you change DPI (ppi) with the resample option enabled. As an example, say you have one inch containing 72 pixels, and the pixel density is 72 ppi. When you resample that to 300 ppi, there are now 300 pixels but they still span one inch.

 

No, in this case you have 0.24 inches.


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On 8/16/2018 at 7:19 PM, Petar Petrenko said:

Well, when I enter a value in DPI field (checked or not) nothing is changing.

Unfortunately so it is. Resizing is a misery.
I hope the developers focus on the essentials in the next version.
To resize images in a  professional way we have to use other applications.
Here comes a suggestion.
https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/55086-feature-request-resizing-dialog-a-photo/&tab=comments#comment-279683

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/64464-change-dpi-without-resizing-the-image-not-possible/&tab=comments#comment-334757

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It is a shame to use PS just for resizing pictures.

It would be nice if they just copy that PS's panel and it will not be a PS clone, either.


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On 8/29/2018 at 4:45 PM, Petar Petrenko said:

It is a shame to use PS just for resizing pictures.

It would be nice if they just copy that PS's panel and it will not be a PS clone, either.

Hi A-team,

any info about this? I must keep Photoshop just for this and for nothing else.


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I find that using the arrow key will update all the boxes right away but the typing of digits into the boxes won't update until I hit Tab or click with the mouse into somewhere new. Maybe they are trying to conserve processor cycles.


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On 10/24/2018 at 9:56 AM, Petar Petrenko said:

Hi A-team,

any info about this? I must keep Photoshop just for this and for nothing else.

a standard Resizing Dialog -> The oldest request ever... but always ignored by the developers....

On 10/24/2018 at 6:17 PM, Old Bruce said:

 Maybe they are trying to conserve processor cycles.

:8_laughing:xD:8_laughing:

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