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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2018 7:39 pm 
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I was pleased to see a new major release of the EZTouch Editor software. However I did not see how to resize multiposition objects. Am I missing something? Thanks.

PS... need to update forum Announcements about new software.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2018 6:58 am 
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Hello Mwoodwar,

Thanks for all your suggestions. What object are you using by chance? I tested and it works with the Animation Multi-Position. It helps if you turn snap to grid off, this makes it easier to resize.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2018 6:22 pm 
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Thanks for the quick reply. I tried using several objects like a green button from the symbol factory and using single image dynamic position. I also found when I tried using "Animation Multi Position" like you indicated that also did not work right. I could make the image bigger, but not smaller than the default. Then if I tried using the corner resizing button and moved around the screen a little making it bigger and bigger. Then suddenly the button resized the image to a dot, then I could resize it larger like it should. Then as I tried to get it to the size I wanted, it would stop resizing completely for for or 5 seconds, then it would start resizing again. Often jumping back to the single dot size then to where the cursor was. It is like something in the video handling or resizing routine is hanging up. I also notice moving the image would work for a couple seconds, then it was only moving a partial portion of the image, like the right half of a button. But continuing to drag it around would eventually restore the whole image.
Note the PC is a Dell Precision 7520 Win7/64 machine, 16 giv mem, i7@2.7ghz & 500gb SSD. So it has plenty of Horsepower. I will try a software install on another PC to see if that makes a difference.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2018 6:47 pm 
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Installed software on another computer. Same problems but I was able to Isolate the issue. When placing an animation object if a grip is used to make it larger, the image on the screen will enlarge and follow it. But when the grip tries to shrink that axis, the image does not get smaller. That is until the grip reaches the zero point of that axis, then the image suddenly shrinks to zero pixels wide. Then the grip can make it larger again. So the image X or Y dimension only gets larger until the grip moves to the point to make the height or width zero pixels, then the image suddenly drops to that dimension. Thus if using the right side grip I can move it right to make the image wider. But moving it left will not get smaller until the grip reaches the far left side of the image. Then the image instantly shrinks to one pixel wide. Then moving the grip right again starts to make the image progressively wider.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2018 8:54 am 
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Hello,

I will send you a email, then you can send the project to me so i can take a look. I look forward to helping you out.

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