1:1 side by side

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1:1 side by side

Brian Brian
So I was thinking, it's a bit of a pain to try and do 2 product 1:1 especially if you're not working off dual monitors. I realize it wouldn't be the simplest thing to figure out but if you could have more than one product shown at 1:1 then that would help give a better idea of how big or small a toy really is.
09/05/2010
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Alicia Alicia
Quote:
Originally posted by Brian
So I was thinking, it's a bit of a pain to try and do 2 product 1:1 especially if you're not working off dual monitors. I realize it wouldn't be the simplest thing to figure out but if you could have more than one product shown at 1:1 ...
That would be pretty cool
09/05/2010
Tuesday Tuesday
You can see them side by side using the Compare feature.

Oh, I see what you mean. That might not show them both from the same distance. You want a full size side-by-side view. Sometimes what I do is view a full size view and hold toys I have up to that.
09/05/2010
Coralbell Coralbell
I've wished I could do the same thing before. It would make it a lot easier to compare the sizes of 2 toys I'm considering getting.
09/05/2010
ScottA ScottA
I've done some playing around - it's not built-in, but if you do the 1:1 view, save the picture, and then open it up in an image editing program you can set it to be the same size. Photoshop or the free GIMP software will work if you choose the "view actual size" or "actual pixels" option (100% zoom) and don't have your monitor set to a funny setting.
09/05/2010
Brian Brian
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
I've done some playing around - it's not built-in, but if you do the 1:1 view, save the picture, and then open it up in an image editing program you can set it to be the same size. Photoshop or the free GIMP software will work if you choose ...
Good to know Scott. Thanks.
09/06/2010
Kindred Kindred
I'm not sure this is what you're looking for, but you can open up two different "view actual size" windows using two different browsers and place them side by side, as long as your monitor is large enough to show both items.
09/06/2010
ScottA ScottA
Quote:
Originally posted by Kindred
I'm not sure this is what you're looking for, but you can open up two different "view actual size" windows using two different browsers and place them side by side, as long as your monitor is large enough to show both items.
That is what I think he means by the dual-monitor issue. With saving the pictures and opening them you can layer them on top of each other.
09/06/2010
Brian Brian
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
That is what I think he means by the dual-monitor issue. With saving the pictures and opening them you can layer them on top of each other.
Yeah it's hard fitting more than one onscreen without dual monitors.
09/07/2010
NightNight NightNight
I've been thinking about this too! I could have used this when I was shopping for plugs.
09/07/2010
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