No full width image option

I’m using the latest version of agenda I believe (on both a Mac and an ipad) and yet I don’t seem to have actual full width … I have the same problem shown in the screenshot above. How do I actually get my images using the full width of the note writing area (when I chose that option)?

Have you purchased the premium features package? Full width images are only available when you have that unlocked.

Kind regards,
Drew

Understood, but yes. I had that on day one with Agenda :-). However, it doesn’t seem to work.

Ah, OK, I think I see the issue. Agenda will put a maximum height on images, to make them workable. So what is happening is that you are hitting that maximum height, and it is contracting the image to make it fit, which makes it narrower.

We will take a look. Perhaps it is possible to increase this height constraint.

Drew

Thanks. It would be good to have that dialable :slight_smile:

Hmm. Some instances today suggest that some “inherent resolution” must be in play too. I have just pasted an image that is nearly full width but very tall (much taller than other figures, so whatever limit on height is in play didn’t kick in here) … I suspect the source is very high resolution.

Is the full width somehow using some dpi resolution metadata?

(I don’t particularly expect an answer, but include this FYI.)

Thanks for the info. I believe Agenda will assume the screen resolution, usually 2x these days. So if you have 100px wide image, it will appear as 50 points wide on screen to get the retina resolution.

ok, that makes sense, but is probably not the “right thing to do" (IMHO), insofar as the retina resolution shouldn’t be defining the size the user wants to see. I think the concept of “full width” should mean, “display my image at the full column width, regardless of the pixel size of my image”. You might want a different notion for “at retina resolution”.

I guess we could consider allowing it to expand up to 1x resolution. I don’t see much point in taking a stamp sized image and making it full width. Would be a blurry mess. But sizing up to 1x would make sense. Will consider.

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