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January 26, 2010

Increasing image size after 0155

After update 0155 you can have the image go off the mat and it will also cut that way,
but the maximum image size is still limited by the mat. Try this -
Set the cursor size as 1 and then add an image. Keep increasing it with bigger bubble in the 10key function/numpad and you will find that it will stop when the image hits at least one pair of ends in the mat (if the image is centered in the mat you can see this more clearly). It will not increase beyond this point. You can move it off the mat but nope it will not increase. If the image is a layer - say a shoes of Mickey then the shoe size will also increase till the shoe fits the mat exactly and then it will not increase beyond that point (this is  with the actual size off). So Mickey's height (cursor size) can go upto 11.64 (this image will stop when it hits the top & bottom when centered)

and his shoes 21.04 (this image will stop when it hits the left & right edge when centered).


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