• Rotate problem

    From Dieter Britz@21:1/5 to All on Sun Apr 8 13:26:27 2018
    When I rotate a JPG, wanting it lying down and coming
    from an upright picture, it ends up only as wide as the
    original, that is, too short. How do I do it, so that the
    full picture is preserved?

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    Dieter Britz

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  • From Dave@21:1/5 to Dieter Britz on Sun Apr 8 13:53:57 2018
    On Sun, 08 Apr 2018 13:26:27 +0000, Dieter Britz wrote:

    When I rotate a JPG, wanting it lying down and coming from an upright picture, it ends up only as wide as the original, that is, too short.
    How do I do it, so that the full picture is preserved?

    No problem if you use image/transform/rotate. If use layer rotate then I
    see your problem but that's the way it works for layers to line up.

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  • From Arthur T.@21:1/5 to Dieter Britz on Sun Apr 8 18:01:12 2018
    In Message-ID:<pad5a3$3vf$1@dont-email.me>,
    Dieter Britz <dieterhansbritz@gmail.com> wrote:

    When I rotate a JPG, wanting it lying down and coming
    from an upright picture, it ends up only as wide as the
    original, that is, too short. How do I do it, so that the
    full picture is preserved?

    After rotation, set the image size to that of the layer(s) (in
    the Image menu).

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    Arthur T. - ar23hur "at" pobox "dot" com

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  • From Dieter Britz@21:1/5 to Dave on Sat Apr 14 11:18:35 2018
    On Sun, 08 Apr 2018 13:53:57 +0000, Dave wrote:

    On Sun, 08 Apr 2018 13:26:27 +0000, Dieter Britz wrote:

    When I rotate a JPG, wanting it lying down and coming from an upright
    picture, it ends up only as wide as the original, that is, too short.
    How do I do it, so that the full picture is preserved?

    No problem if you use image/transform/rotate. If use layer rotate then I
    see your problem but that's the way it works for layers to line up.

    Thanks! That works.

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    Dieter Britz

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