I have a question about picture adornment behavior, which Mark A describes well here:
Images are inserted and displayed at ‘actual size’ (i.e. for current desktop resolution). Resizing the picture’s ‘frame’ vertically will scale the image. However, dragging the frame horizontally has no effect. But, if the frame dragged narrower (horizontally) than the image it will visibly crop it, working in from the right margin (I.e. the left side is always retained
Is it the intended behavior that one can drag the corner of the frame only vertically to scale the image, while dragging horizontally crops the image? It’s unlike any other app I’ve used which allows image manipulation. It’s also finicky: I find myself often dragging vertically to scale the image, and then horizontally just enough not to crop it.
I feel it would make more sense to always scale the image, no matter along which axis you drag the frame’s corner. As for cropping, perhaps just let the user take care of that in another app; to me this makes more sense than allowing cropping in only the horizontal direction in Tinderbox.