Okay, up front, I'm letting you know what I'm using. I'm on a Chromebook and I'm using the native picture editor that comes with the laptop. I want to resize one of the miniatures that come from Scarecrow's Miniature Maker. All it gives me for resizing is the pixel counts. In order to get it to 35mm to be used with the other figures released on this forum, what pixel size would I have to make it?
Last Edit: Aug 17, 2017 7:10:29 GMT -9 by shadowmane
We seem to have opposite prblems! I found most of the figures from this site andones I've bought from several of the artists here print, without modification, to about 35 mm - I thought it was my laptop/OS/printer combination. I prefer my figures to be 28 to 30 mm and so, when printing, set the scaling to about 80%.
When you click Print, befor clicking OK, look through the print options/settings for one called Scaling. Play around with the print quality set to B&W draft (so you don't waste too much ink), until you get the right scaling. That's what I do.
Just for the record, both Adobe reader and Foxit have the facility to measure the "size" of anything in a PDF file. This assumes you are printing at 100%. It is then simple to apply a factor to get the desired result.
They do? I mean..., yes, of course they do! Perhaps you could let those sad, lonely individuals who DIDN't know exactly where to find this basic and totally normal function that we all know about already.., asking for a friend...
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