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getdocumentwidth - weird values

getdocumentwidth - weird values

getdocumentwidth - weird values


Firstly, as this is my first post...hello!  I hope onne day to add value to this forum, but right now, I'm looking for help!

Does anyone know why, when I run this script on a 100 x 100 pixel image, it
returns a value of 2...

dwidth = .GetDocumentWidth()
dheight = .GetDocumentHeight()

All the best,


RE: getdocumentwidth - weird values

CorelScript Functions
Corel Photopaint V10.427

The above functions in Corel Photopaint 10 do not retrieve accurate values. They work OK in other versions. I strongly suspect that the CorelScript interpreter for version 10 has a bug. I have found no patches. This problem makes batch resampling of different sized images while retaining the aspect ratio impossible.


I do not know how widespread this problem is or if it is actually the fault of Corel and make this posting without prejudice to Corel Corporation.

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