Re: Non-uniform scaling/resizing.
- From: "Marcel Toele" <dpy dia gmail com>
- To: "discussions about usage and development of dia" <dia-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Non-uniform scaling/resizing.
- Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 14:36:13 +0200
I just discovered,
it looks (visually) a bit adding a Class object to a Large Package in UML. When resizing the package shape, the contained class shape doesn't resize/rescale.
2007/10/19, Marcel Toele <dpy dia gmail com>:
Yes, thought of things like that.
I'd like to have percentages, points, other units.
Also I think it would be useful to have ctrl+resize-dragging do uniform resize in addition to the (to be) normal operation for shapes that contain these "subshapes", in which case the resize-dragging would be applied non-uniformly, as described in the previous post.
This way, the end-user can bail-out or override the subshape behaviour for the current diagram.
2007/10/19, W. Martin Borgert <
debacle debian org>:
On Fri, Oct 19, 2007 at 02:06:36PM +0200, Marcel Toele wrote:
> or not at all, when the parent is resized). This implies, that a sub-shape
> is anchored somewhere in the parent.
It would be nice, if this anchor point could not only be fixed
(such as "top-left" of the parent), but also relative to the
parent, e.g. "5% below top of parent, 10% of parent size from
parents left border".
Anyway, your planned change is welcomed warmly!
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