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Scale image in resize window, allow >100 pixel resize
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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 12:59 am    Post subject:   Scale image in resize window, allow >100 pixel resize Reply with quote

I'm working with large shp's granted, but the 100px limit is highly annoying, and to be fair no one probably thought of needing to work with a large canvas.

Of course aside from the arbitrary limit, the image selection in the preview window is hopeless, maybe it should scale down larger images, but at the least it should have scroll bars and an accurate depiction of the cut line.

This could classify as a bug, but I'll leave it here as there is some subjectivity to the changes needed.
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