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SCTM 2011 - Linear Scaling of Images

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 28 October 2011]

Due to the AJAX-enablement the editors for Requirements, Testdefinitions,... changed. In SCTM 2010 it was possible to do a linear scaling of images by entering just one value for either width or height. The other axis was calculated to keep the same proportion. With the change in SCTM 2011 this feature was removed and replaced by manually dragging some handles on the side of the image. Our users were very irritated by this not so obious change and had to learn first that there are handles to resize and you have to click in the area outside of the image to apply the change. But the frustration of our users remained because in most cases they want to do a linear scaling of the image and don't care about the possibility to resize it manually.

So i highly suggest to regain the status quo of SCTM 2010 and offer the users a possibility to do that linear scaling again. It is very hard to explain users why functionality that existed and was used very often was removed.

Wolfgang
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Hi Wolfgang,

Thank you for your input, it is very helpful to know how our users find the usability of SilkCentral Test Manager. I will place this request into the Suggestion Box on this forum so that our Product Management team can see it.

If you have any other questions and/or comment please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thanks
Michael
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