Size

A collection of commands to resize objects.

If multiple objects are selected, each one will be transformed independently.

All Size commands support math operations, so you can quickly make an object 23 pixels wider, or half its height, or…

Bonus points: if the selected object is a Text box, you can use a width of ’0′ to have it automatically resize to fit the content without wrapping.

  • Height +1 (CTRL + DOWN)

    Increment selected object’s height by 1 pixel.

  • Height +10 (CTRL + SHIFT + DOWN)

  • Height -1 (CTRL + UP)

    Decrease selected object’s height by 1 pixel.

  • Height -10 (CTRL + SHIFT + UP)

    Decrease selected object’s height by 10 pixels.

  • Height (CTRL + H)

    Sets the height of the selection.

  • Scale to 16-9 (No shortcut)

    This command scales the selected object(s) so that they have a 16:9 aspect ratio.

  • Scale to 4-3 (No shortcut)

    This command scales the selected object(s) so that they have a 4:3 aspect ratio.

  • Scale to Height (CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + H)

    This command scales the selected object(s) proportionally so that they have the specified height while maintaining their aspect ratio.

  • Scale to Width (CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + W)

    This command scales the selected object(s) proportionally so that they have the specified width while maintaining their aspect ratio.

  • Set Size (CTRL + S)

    Sets selected object’s size. It asks for the width and height in w,h format. Supports math operations.

  • Width +1 (CTRL + RIGHT)

    Increment selected object’s width by 1 pixel.

  • Width +10 (CTRL + SHIFT + RIGHT)

    Increment selected object’s width by 10 pixels.

  • Width -1 (CTRL + LEFT)

    Decrease selected object’s width by 1 pixel.

  • Width -10 (CTRL + SHIFT + LEFT)

    Decrease selected object’s width by 10 pixels.

  • Width (CTRL + W)

    Sets the width of the selection.