I am having lot's of troubles to do a very simple thing. I just would like to (fully) display a picture whose size is bigger than the initial canvas. Indeed, when you add a new picture, it is resized so that it fits the whole canvas, even if it breaks the scale. Then if I want to recover the scale, I can try do two things :
- Add a transform layer on top of the current layer, and apply some rescale on the y axis only. Actually, it works, but it nothing but practical ! Most of the time I need to open a calculatrice, find the size of the image, the size of the canvas, and manually compute the needed y ratio... Crazy !
- The second option (which is fact does not work) is to check the box "Image Offset" in order to recover the original scale, and then to scale down directly in the "scale" menu on the right without applying any transform layer... But the problem is that the picture is cut (crop): anything that was originally outside of the canvas just disappear, so only a part of the picture is visible...
When is the good way to insert a picture whose size is bigger than the canvas ?