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Altering Image Dimensions Using the Property Inspector

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Why does the original property inspector permanently alter an image in your website if you try to change its dimensions? The quick property inspector in live view does not do this. Why is there this difference between the two?

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There are some limited image editing tools in the main Properties window, things like crop, resample, sharpen, etc. There is also a function called Commit Image Size. It's represented by a small checkmark that appears near the width and height attributes when they're changed from the natural settings of the image. If the checkmark is clicked, the image's size is changed permanently, unless undone before closing the current document.

The checkmark is not a "confirmation of image size change" button, which would make much more sense. It's a "change the image size to whatever I just set" button.

Don't click it, and you'll be fine.

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Altering Image Dimensions Using the Property Inspector

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Why does the original property inspector permanently alter an image in your website if you try to change its dimensions? The quick property inspector in live view does not do this. Why is there this difference between the two?

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

There are some limited image editing tools in the main Properties window, things like crop, resample, sharpen, etc. There is also a function called Commit Image Size. It's represented by a small checkmark that appears near the width and height attributes when they're changed from the natural settings of the image. If the checkmark is clicked, the image's size is changed permanently, unless undone before closing the current document.

The checkmark is not a "confirmation of image size change" button, which would make much more sense. It's a "change the image size to whatever I just set" button.

Don't click it, and you'll be fine.

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As far as I can see, both make the same changes to the code.


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There are some limited image editing tools in the main Properties window, things like crop, resample, sharpen, etc. There is also a function called Commit Image Size. It's represented by a small checkmark that appears near the width and height attributes when they're changed from the natural settings of the image. If the checkmark is clicked, the image's size is changed permanently, unless undone before closing the current document.

The checkmark is not a "confirmation of image size change" button, which would make much more sense. It's a "change the image size to whatever I just set" button.

Don't click it, and you'll be fine.

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