[Digikam-users] Manual crop after rotation does not crop to selected area
caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 10:30:08 GMT 2014
This problem is listed to TODO list planed by team this Week end at
Berlin reunion :
2014-11-12 9:24 GMT+01:00 Peter Albrecht <peter at crazymonkeys.de>:
> maybe as another kind of workaround:
> Have you tried tried
> Transform -> Aspect Ratio Crop...
> If you set "Aspect ratio: None" you can set the croping area
> like with the area select tool. If you use keyboard
> shortcuts to open this tool, it is very handy.
> This way you avoid save and reopen, which might take some
> time and theoretically means a bit quality loss (if you save
> to JPG).
> I'm still at digiKam 4.2.0. So I can't really confirm this
> as working workaround, but just to share the idea.
> Peter Albrecht
> On 12.11.2014 08:27, Marie-Noëlle Augendre wrote:
>> I have this problem too (I usually don't edit photos in Digikam, but I was
>> working on scanned sketches that need to be straightened/cropped).
>> What I ended up was:
>> - rotate then save,
>> - re-open the picture in edit mode, then crop.
>> That seems to work all the time.
>> 2014-11-12 6:29 GMT+01:00 Anders Stedtlund <falolaf at gmail.com>:
>>> If I do a rotation of an image e.g. to straighten up the horizon. Then
>>> do a manual selection in the image and then do a crop to selection.
>>> The final image is not the area that I selected. It usually contains a
>>> bigger area then the selected.
>>> Anyone else seen this?
>>> digiKam 4.4.0
>>> openSUSE 13.2
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