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Question: cropping to non-integer ratio doesn't work in photos

I'm trying to crop in Photos 3 using a custom ratio. The software doesn't allow me to enter non-integers for either dimension. Is this intended behavior or an oversight?


In this particular case, I'm trying to crop to the Golden Ratio of ≈1.618:1 (not an uncommon ratio for design)


Specs:

Photos Version 3.0 (3251.12.190)

Processor: 2.8 ㎓ Intel Core i5

Memory: 16GB 1600 ㎒ DDR3

Graphics: Intel Iris 1536 MB

Mac mini, macOS High Sierra (10.13.3)

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that is correct and has always been the case - the solution is simple, use integers - as a ratio 1681:1000 is identical to 1.681:1


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Mar 9, 2018 10:17 AM in response to samadamscw In response to samadamscw

Thanks LarryHN. That's very annoying, but I suppose the work-around is simple enough. Sorry to take your time.

Mar 9, 2018 10:17 AM

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Question: cropping to non-integer ratio doesn't work in photos