Buzzsaw General Discussion

Buzzsaw General Discussion

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*James, Wayne
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Viewing Photos

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07-29-2003 01:07 AM
Trying to find a solution for viewing photographs on Buzzsaw. Currently,
photographs are not resized to fit within the available window in buzzsaw as
they are in IE on its own. This forces a user to have to scroll left/right
and up/down to see the entire picture.

Any ideas as to how we can force the image to resize and fit into the entire
window?
*Smith, J. Daniel
Message 2 of 3 (220 Views)

Re: Viewing Photos

07-29-2003 03:41 AM in reply to: *James, Wayne
It looks like the image resizing functionality works a bit funky in IE;
you'll see the same resizing problems if you create an HTML page containing
an tag rather than viewing the image directly in IE. You can
work-around this by using a height (or width) attribute on the tag
with a value of "100%", this allows the images to resize in the ProjectPoint
client.

With some (considerable?) effort, you can use DHTML and ActiveX objects to
generate the HTML dynamically so that you wouldn't have to create a separate
HTM file for each image.

Dan

"Wayne James" wrote in message
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> Trying to find a solution for viewing photographs on Buzzsaw. Currently,
> photographs are not resized to fit within the available window in buzzsaw
as
> they are in IE on its own. This forces a user to have to scroll
left/right
> and up/down to see the entire picture.
>
> Any ideas as to how we can force the image to resize and fit into the
entire
> window?
>
>
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Message 3 of 3 (209 Views)

Re: Viewing Photos

02-14-2011 06:38 AM in reply to: *James, Wayne

Try this:

 

Click TOOLS, and then PREFERENCES

Under the FILE TYPES tab, click on RASTER FILES

Then in the Drop Down box, select BUZZSAW VIEWING CONTROLS

Then hit OK

 

Seems to work ok on my version.

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