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2014-04-12 20:48 GMT+02:00 Simon <gzbkfr@yahoo.fr>:

Is my use-case so strange and unusual ?


‚ÄčNo, not unusual at all. I have a hard time imagining use cases where you
don't want to keep the aspect ratio.



Do common people most often need to
flatten the image and not keeping their ratio ?


Far too often I'm working with peoples just trying to fit an image
somewhere. They would probably find it hard to understand why the image
shrink in both dimensions when they are pulling only one way. It is sad but
it happen.



Why this default behavior is
not even configurable?


‚ÄčThat I can vouch for. Whatever the rationale behind the default behavior
is, having an option to change it seem reasonable.

There is a lot of options that would seem "obscur" but would greatly
increase flexibility. Perhaps it would be reasonable to have two option
dialogs: the current one, which is relatively "user friendly", and a second
one, more like the "about:config" page in firefox.

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