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If you want to ensure that proportions are maintained (which may not be a
bad idea), then 1 is most certainly the way to go.

2 doesn't seem to make much sense, why not just have a single box that lets
you just resize it like any other window in any modern OS?

3 appears to be the cause of the change request, so obviously that's not an
option unless a majority of people really want to keep it the way it is?


On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 11:45 AM, Sean Luke <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I see three basic options:
>
> 1. Add ONE little checkbox called "Fix Width" (or whatever).  If ON, then
> the width of the graph is fixed to the width of the window.  The height of
> the graph changes as appropriate to maintain the stated proportion.  [note:
> doing Height rather than Width doesn't make a lot of sense in most use
> cases]
>
> 2. Add TWO little checkboxes called "Fix Width" and "Fix Height" (or
> whatever).  If ON, then the width and/or height of the graph is fixed to
> the width and/or height of the window.
>
> 3. Leave things as they are.
>
> It seems to  me that #1 is the right way to do it (other than #3 of
> course).  Anyone have any opinions?
>
> Sean
>