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====== Image Tools ====== ===== Orientation and Size ===== ==== Image Rotation ==== {{:image_archive:filter:rotate.png?nolink }} Rotate the image to any desired angle by moving the slider or inputting the degree into the field. Rotate in increments of 90 degrees, or mirror-flip, by clicking on the appropriate buttons. ==== Crop ==== {{:image_archive:filter:crop.png?nolink }} Utilize the cutting tools or the diagonal corner handles to define a new rectangular image border. Check the option “Fix” to maintain proportional integrity. Hold down the Ctrl-key to move both opposing cutting lines simultaneously. Click inside the cropping area -- the cursor turns to a hand symbol -- and drag the area to be cropped without changing its dimensions. **Note:** This tool only applies to a single image. Utilize the Advance Picture arrow buttons to move among a previously selected batch of images. ==== Scale (Absolute) ==== {{:image_archive:filter:scale.png?nolink }} Adjusts an image to its maximum image size via pixel dimension input boxes. Checking off “Maintain proportions” could result in one of the sides being smaller than the maximally possible size. Turned off, this option may produce distorted images. Is the original smaller than the desired maximum dimensions, no enlargement occurs to prevent poor image quality. To override this safeguard, check off “Enlarging allowed.” Although StudioLine utilizes a bicubic algorithm, loss in quality will be noticeable. You should always closely inspect the image to determine whether the result is acceptable. ==== Scale (Percent) ==== {{:image_archive:filter:scale-percent.png?nolink }} Adjust an image in relation to its maximum image size via percentage amount input boxes. Checking off “Maintain proportions” could result in one of the sides being smaller than the maximally possible size. Turned off, this option may produce distorted images. Is the original smaller than the desired maximum dimensions, no enlargement occurs to prevent poor image quality. To override this safeguard, check off “Enlarging allowed.” Although StudioLine utilizes a bicubic algorithm, loss in quality will be noticeable. You should always closely inspect the image to determine whether the result is acceptable. ===== Correction ===== {{page>fr:classic:image_tools#correction}} ===== Effects ===== {{page>fr:classic:image_tools#effects}} ==== Buttonize and Shadow ==== {{:image_archive:filter:buttonize.png?nolink }} Use this filter to create a 3-D effect to your image by adding light and shadow. Choose the direction of the light source via the dial or the arrow buttons. Choose between “Drop Shadow” or “Inner Shadow” shadow effects. Use the sliders “Density” and “Blurring” to adjust the color depth and softness of the shadow. Usually the button effect appears as a raised surface with a shadow below it, giving the appearance of sticking out. With the option “Inner Shadow” the button appears sunk into the surface. **Note:** This tool is not available in Image Archive mode, only in Page Editor mode. ==== Offset ==== {{:image_archive:filter:offset.png?nolink }} This tool enables the minute movement of an image’s position. Use it, for example, to slightly offset a button in roll-over mode. **Note:** This tool is not available in Image Archive mode; it can only be used in Page Editor mode.

fr/web/image_tools.1437649299.txt.gz · Dernière modification: 2015/07/23 07:01 par henning_stummer