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In 1.5.5 the Alt key should allow you to resize the content while resizing the frame. I just tried it, and it just works.


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Someone on the Adobe forums just helped me fix this. Turns out I needed to go into Preferences -> Performance -> check Legacy Compositioning.


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It's simple with Image Resizer for Windows. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/image-resizer-for-windows-10/9nwwmh081ddb?activetab=pivot:overviewtab select all the pictures you want to resize right-click the selected files to bring up the quick menu click "Resize Pictures" select "Custom" set your desired dimensions (width x height) [since you mentioned you ...


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If I get you correctly, you want this: Switch to selection tool Create an object that has the height you need Copy the object to the clipboard Activate the lock icon in the selection tool's tool controls Select all the objects that you want to have that height Select Edit > Paste Size > Paste height separately Do you still need to script this, or is this ...


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This is a case where you want to use a script to read the size & position of each layer's bounds so that it can dynamically transform them. To use this script, copy the code into a plain text document, save, then rename the extension .txt -> .jsx You can then drag the jsx into Photoshop to run it. Notes: What you're asking for may noticeably stretch ...


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It is possible to do this in illustrator without cranking up the calculator (it is also slightly more accurate as typed numbers only come with 5 digits of precission). 2 ways in fact. Method one. Draw a line that represents your measurement. Copy the line and scale the original it to the size you wish the line to be. Make sure the measurement line is below ...


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Using a calculator to find the right scaling is a good idea, drawing tricks do not help substantially. There's no such one click transformation which sets a wanted part of the drawing to wanted size. But the calculator is not needed if you can reliably multiply with small integers in your head. The next trick applies it. Have smart guides and snap to point ...


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Use -background none for transparent background from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12179342/imagemagick-extend-canvas-with-transparent-background I determined that you can use -background none instead of -fill mogrify -extent 640x640 -gravity Center -background none *.png


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To design once for many different aspect ratios, scale up the smaller sizes to either the same width (#1), height (#2) or near-enough width and height (#3). Which method you choose really depends on your design. Each of these methods produce a range of similar sized rectangles, which you can spread out as canvases, over which you can lay out your design.


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