Resizing a group of shapes does not work when using the property inspector
I have a group of shapes that makes up an icon. When I resize them with the mouse, or Shift+Mouse to keep the scale, it works fine. When I use the right-hand panel Width / Height inputs, the sub-shapes seem to move, but not resize. Or, if I change it quickly, some really strange stuff happens.
Version 220.127.116.11 - Windows 10
Matt LaGrandeur commented
Hi - thanks for the quick response. Seems like I can't post another gif, so i'll try to explain.
Your recommendation to turn of Responsive Resize was mostly right! For icons like this, I just want true scaling, so when turned off both the canvas controls and the right-panel W/H controls work as expected.
There is still some odd behavior with Responsive Resize turned on. Take this quick task:
- On a 20px Icon with some circles and rectangles, resize down to 2px, then back up to 20px
Now, this is probably not a good scenario for Responsive Resize :-) But i'll point out the weirdness. Using the canvas controls (blue box with handles around the group), if I do this, the sub-shapes end up in different places... but they are still circles and rectangles. If I do this exact same task, only I use the right-panel Width and Height attributes, *The shapes themselves are distorted*.
In other words, If I use the canvas controls, the circles stay circles. But if I use the right-panel, the circles turn into ovals.
Overall I'd say this is less of a bug than I originally thought, because I didn't realize Responsive Resize was turned on... but, I still thought i'd share the weirdness. Any way to turn off Responsive Resize by default everywhere?