Resize Picture

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Resize Picture

Post by peach » Mon Jun 25, 2018 10:19 am

Hi there,

I am using NiceLabel Designer 2017 (Pro).
I am trying to resize an image proportional. It works with the position tab in the property window
or I can resize it by mouse when I press the "Alt-Key".

Unfortunately it looks like you can resize an image proportional only until 1mm height not below.
How can I resize it proportinal to for example 0.5mm??? There has to be a way...

Thank you,
Peach

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Re: Resize Picture

Post by Saso » Tue Jun 26, 2018 9:15 am

The minimum width/height that NiceLabel 2017 will accept for the Picture object is 1 mm. You cannot create smaller Picture object.

Could you please describe your labeling requirement. I would like to better understand why printing images smaller than 1 mm is necessary.
Do you try to create some visual delimiter between various label objects. What about using a Line object?
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Re: Resize Picture

Post by peach » Tue Jun 26, 2018 9:51 am

Ok, thank you for your feedback.
I have a label which is 19x25mm (wxh).

On this label there should be an image which has a height of 0.813mm.
Therefore my question was, if there is a limit regarding the size of images.
The image shows a certain brand name. I guess the solution is to use text instead of the image...

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Re: Resize Picture

Post by Saso » Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:03 am

If you can use Text object as a workaround, great!
I will add a note for future NiceLabel releases to review/lift the limitation to 1mm image width/height.
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