Please make the image positions edit to be free drag & drop

shaulhadar
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shaulhadar posted this 03 December 2014

Hello Themler Team. I am interested in having the ability to change the images position freely with drag and drop.
Currently there are a number of positions, but you can't fine tune them and they don't work well in some cases.

This can be fixed if we could just drag the image to where we want it to be, this will be a great addition to the workflow and editing options.

Thanks for your time,
Shaul.

Hello Themler Team. I am interested in having the ability to change the images position freely with drag and drop. Currently there are a number of positions, but you can't fine tune them and they don't work well in some cases. This can be fixed if we could just drag the image to where we want it to be, this will be a great addition to the workflow and editing options. Thanks for your time, Shaul.

Last edited 03 December 2014 by shaulhadar

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funmaking
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funmaking posted this 03 December 2014

+1 a free drag and drop with automatic calculation of margins and paddings (% or pixels)

+1 a free drag and drop with automatic calculation of margins and paddings (% or pixels)
Support Team
Support Team posted this 03 December 2014

Hello guys,
thank you for your suggestion, we'll add it to our wish list and consider for the future updates.

BTW, if you're interested please vote for this feature.
We'll take into account each vote.

Regards,
Aileen

Hello guys, thank you for your suggestion, we'll add it to our wish list and consider for the future updates. BTW, if you're interested please vote for this feature. We'll take into account each vote. Regards, Aileen
Support Team posted this 04 December 2014

Hi,

Actually such feature is already supported.
Simply right click on Image control >> Positioning >> Absolute.

image-absolute-position.png

The image will be positioned relative to BODY.
The same is with Fixed position.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, Actually such feature is already supported. Simply right click on Image control >> Positioning >> Absolute. <img src="http://attachments.answers.billiondigital.com/859/859/positioning.png"> !image-absolute-position.png! The image will be positioned relative to BODY. The same is with Fixed position. Thank you, Olivia
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