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RE: TortoiseMerge / TortoiseIDiff am I missing something?

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-06-20 10:14:27 CEST

Hi Stefan Küng,

You wrote:

>> As a side note: A nice feature of IDiff would be a "stretch to fit"
>> toggle in overlay mode, that stretches the smaller image to fit the
>> larger.
> ok, working on this right now...

Just installed the nightly. Looks nice :) There was however a tiny bug
introduced. When you switch the overlay mode off, the left image isn't fit
to the window size again, but keeps its scaling factor.

Possible improvements:
When I select "fit images together", both images are scaled to > 100%
Wouldn't it be better to leave the scaling factor of the larger image as it
is and only stretch the smaller one to fit the large?

When I zoom in/out after the "stretch", both images are zoomed to absolute
values again. IMHO it would be better if the zoom would be applied relative
to the "stretch" factor. That's why I also suggested that the stretch option
should be a toggle.


Side by side zoom factor:

Overlay zoom factor:

Stretch to fit zoom factor:
Image1=133% (Current 138%) -> Image1 has a stretch factor of 1,33
Image2=100% (Current 110%) -> Image2 has a stretch factor of 1,00

Zoom in after stretch to fit:
Image1= Stretch1*Zoom = 1,33*125% = 166,25% (Current 175%)
Image2= Stretch2*Zoom = 1,00*125% = 125% (Current 175%)

I'd like to be able to stretch -> zoom in -> pan around.


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Received on Wed Jun 20 10:14:22 2007

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