1. Richard Albrecht
  2. Valentina Studio
  3. Tuesday, June 09 2020, 05:12 PM
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Our graphics person sent me a file as a png sized to 8.5" X 11". When I bring it into Studio it is way 2 big.

What size can I tell her to make it? So it fills the entire page? Scaling doesn't work. There has to be a way to do this.

It's a blank invoice that I need to put the fields on top of.

Thanks
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
If there is some empty space before or after the picture it will be skipped.
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Richard Albrecht Accepted Answer
Auto_size wasn't checked, what is that for?
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
What about Page Body region, are properties margin_bottom, margin_top set to 0?
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Richard Albrecht Accepted Answer
I have set the size to 864 x 1116 and still getting
13:12:08 Page 1: Area report body 'reportbody1' too big to fit in page
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
Yes, the current problem is in rounding on conversion between inch/mm/px, 1 pixel is not enough to generate a report.

Currently, the size of the Letter page in pixels is 864 x 1116

So the workaround:
1) Create an image of this size (or proportionally bigger if you can use the scale property)
2) Switch units in the top-left corner from inches to pixels
3) Set the height of the picture control to 1116
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
Hello Richard,

Looks like there is some rounding problem, the closest picture size control I can set is 8.5”x10.98” (for the Letter format)

Own report resolution is 4 pixels per millimeter, 101.6 per inch.
Usually you can use bigger images in report, just scale them down - this image will be printed with higher resolution.
But you wrote scaling doesn’t work, what exactly is wrong?
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Richard Albrecht Accepted Answer
I'm also getting

12:29:58 Page 1: Area report body 'reportbody1' too big to fit in page

And I only have the one graphic on page. And borders all set to 0.

Page size is Letter
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