Correct, but how can I respect the aspect of the image (3:2) and have all
the borders of the same size? It's like the borders must be created with
the "constant border" but inside the photo, not outside.
2018-02-14 14:54 GMT+01:00 François Tissandier <
> The size of the border will often be different because it has to follow
> your instructions for the aspect ratio ! : ) If you change the border size
> with specific values in pixel, it can't respect a ratio, it will become
> entirely manual, won't it ?
> On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 1:22 PM, giuseppe.in...@gmail.com <
> giuseppe.in...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for your reply. I tried to select 3:2 in the aspect settings, the
>> aspect of the image is preserved but the size of the horizontal border are
>> bigger than the vertical border. Maybe indicating different border size
>> (for vertical and horizontal in pixel?) could solve the problem?
>> 2018-02-13 19:16 GMT+01:00 Sergii Dymchenko <kit1...@gmail.com>:
>>> In the framing module settings you can choose the aspect: constant
>>> border width or specific proportions (like 3:2) for the resulting photo.
>>> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 6:23 AM, giuseppe.in...@gmail.com <
>>> giuseppe.in...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> adding a frame to a photo with a certain proportions, for example 3:2,
>>>> will break the proportions, hence If I print a photo with a frame the frame
>>>> will be cutted. This happens because the frame is added outside the photo.
>>>> If the frame was added inside the photo (like Nik Collection does) the
>>>> proportions would remain unchanged.
>>>> Is it possible modifyng the module to create the frame inside the
>>>> photo, or even to let the user to choose if the frame will be added inside
>>>> or outside the photo?
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