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  • #987
    Mr.Nobody
    Mr.Nobody
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    Something happens a lot that makes me crazy, is when I build something that has pieces or parts overlapping the edges, so I position is very specifically so that want I want is in view. Then when I export everything gets moved, like it’s trying to “center” everything, and it cuts things off and GAAAAH@fEAfAEgAEgsefs!!!!!!!!

    yeah, it’s been irritating, and I don’t know what I can do about it other than to only build really small from the start (not helpful if I’ve already built something). I need help, is there a solution?

    I’ll post some pics as examples.

    #39675
    Mr.Nobody
    Mr.Nobody
    Participant

    Here’s the biggest thing (It’s not really done yet, but I wanted to bring up the issue.)

    Before exporting:
    before.png

    After exporting:
    after-1.png

    #39676
    Kaldath
    Kaldath
    Keymaster

    If you are using the Move all feature I know that things will move back when you export. What you have to do is move things individually, though you can try to move things in smaller groups instead of “all” select backgrounds, or body, etc if that doesn’t work you may need to move each item one by one.

    #39679
    Mr.Nobody
    Mr.Nobody
    Participant

    Thank you sir. I’ve been playing around, and I worked out a way around it by taking screen shows in widescreen view. I don’t like to do but I’ll just suffer through. Any ways I just finished her, and am about to post her (along with a few couple other things for her).

    #39682
    Stulte
    Stulte
    Participant

    You can also right click the Machine, click “zoom in” and take, like, twelve screenshots to cover the entire picture and piece them together in MsPaint.

    It’s tedious, but it does provide you with a larger version than the widescreen view when all else fails.

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