Ability to stretch content / unlock aspect ratio
Ability to stretch content so it fits better horizontally or vertically. For example, I want this paper background to fit my spread perfectly, but it's just slightly too wide. I'd love to be able to shrink the width just a tad so it fits the area.
Jenny Roach commented
I’ve looked all over for an update on this and cannot find it. This seems like a pretty basic feature that should’ve been included day one. We’re approaching 2024 now and this is still under review? Someone please correct me if I’m wrong.
Yes, I find it so difficult to be creative when I can’t make something fit where I need/want it to.
JC Moller commented
At the moment I can only adjust the size of a frame, most of the time I need to adjust just the width.
R Moore commented
Agreed! I would like to fill this box but can only align it to the width and not the length
I would also like to be able to stretch (or resize all 4 sides of a square or rectangle box).
Amanda Cockerham commented
I love how many borders we have to choose from, but the sizing is always awkward. I’d love for borders to scaled similarly to washi tape, but also intelligently.
I attached a page to show what I mean.
Essentially, Corner resize would scale. Horizontal or vertical resize would stretch or tile based on defined sections (as set by the border designer, not us).
Samantha Smallbone commented
Can we have an option to reshape an object beyond smaller or larger? It would be handy for time blocking to be able to reshape a rectangle to make it just longer, as opposed longer and wider.
Jacleen Garcia commented
I am very looking forward to this feature. I’ve honestly been considering going to Good Notes just because it has this feature. I love Zinnia but may switch to Good Notes or Collanote if this feature doesn’t get included. 😔
Jess Potter commented
Being able to re-size the items in multiple directions would be amazing.
Veronica Kaufman commented
When inserting an object such as a frame, you cannot make it rectangular to match the page. It can only be square. Please change it so all objects can be adjusted like a text box can.
Claudette Wooddell commented
Add a square or rectangle feature like the Washi tape that can be stretched or made to fit any size of a square or rectangle. Or even just use the Washi tape feature with a straight edge and it could be used as a box.
I want to be able to elongate a picture or text box without the width also getting larger. For example I want a long text box for To dos but now if I find a text box I like, I cannot make it longer to include more lines. The aspect ratios stays the same. I would like to change the aspect ratio on all content.
Mary Jo Spinelli commented
Also the same for frames and other included elements.
For example paper packs when you drag the corner the whole thing scales you, would like to be able to scale width and length independently for notes/paper packs.
Carly Adams commented
I’d like the paper packs to function similarly to the washi tape in that I can resize it to make it any size square or rectangle I need.
Now that the ability to import pdf journals and items is available (so very cool btw!) the ability to size an image horizontally and vertically would make my list complete! All other updates would be icing on the cake!
Stacey Axelrod commented
This is my #1 request for Zinnia!
Rebecca Shrum commented
I would love to be able to use stickers in a more free form way like stretching. Currently they hold their shape as you resize but would love to be able to make it skinny but stretched across a page. Or any combination of movements.
Amanda Berg commented
It is SUCH an inconvenience when you find the perfect insert for a document but the size doesn’t match what you need and you can’t edit or play around with the sizing. For example, washi tape allows for me to lengthen or widen the insert. Inserting a text box doesn’t…?
Dogs & Ice Cream commented
Wish with the frames, shapes, and other things like that you could adjust the aspect ratio (like you can with text boxes) rather than just resize, so that you could make them fit a custom height/width. To evenly frame a photo, drawing or note for example.