I have some small circles in my layout, all around 65 x 65 px. In case the site is fully fluid, I noticed the circles become oval once the site gets smaller. How can I prevent this?
This is not happening when the site is fixed width.
Did I miss something? I would be surprised if this thing was actual fact.
Select a circle (which initially should be a real circle, I.e h=w), go to the upper control strip and choose "Responsive width and height" in the "Resize" section.
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Yes, you missed to set your circles to resize to none instead of resize with browser width.
You could also set them to resize in width and height, but this makes them very small at the end .
Ok guys - none of them work. I would have assumed at least setting to "none" would work, still it doesn't. Did you try it yourself? Maybe my version is just buggy and I need to re-install, or something... really weird ...
I knew it was something stupid: though I had changed the circle to resize "none" on one screensize, the other sizes would not adapt. I had forgotten about it.
Nevermind, and thank you!
Don't understand, what you mean! Of course I try, what I suggest! A circle remains a circle, if it is set to "no scaling" or proportional scaling. Therefore I don't understand the statement "… the other sizes would not adapt".
I further can't understand, why the first reaction on unexpected behaviour often is to shout "A bug, a bug"!
Günther, lass mal stecken.
Nein, so etwas sollte man nicht „stecken lassen“.
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Du hast geschrieben: "… though I had changed the circle to resize "none" on one screensize, the other sizes would not adapt". This is not true. "Responsive width and height" "adapts" too. To be exact: "None" doesn't "adapt" anything at all. It simply doesn't change the size.