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Could you be more specific?
- A slideshow has one hero size. If you resize the hero container, all images will resize too according to the settings you are using (scale to fill, scale to fit).
- Additionally, you can use the „Crop“ tool to crop all images at once within their containers.
- The final pixel size and cropping of your images will be calculated by Muse during output. You normally haven’t to bother about this.
So: What exactly is your problem?
So when I readjust the hero container the images do no resize, but instead are cropped. I have to manually click each picture, right click, select adjust content proportionally.
Here is the before, change, and after pictures.
You'll notice that the before is cropped compared to the after.
I originally brought in the images, and they displayed at 100% in a lightbox. But then I shrank the lightbox, but the images do not shrink content proportionally, they crop. I do not know how to change this function for all the images. The before / after are on exported pages, previewed in a web browser.
Also the setting in the flyout menu for "fit content porportionally" or "fit frame proportionally" has no affect. It only affects NEW images brought into the slideshow.
Does this make the problem a little more clearer? I'm happy to answer more questions if you've got some stuff I should try!! Right now the job to do this would be hours and hours of work doing tedius copy and pasting, but if I could just have the images resize themselves to fit, that would be a huge time saver!
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The problem is, that the scaling properties are valid for every single image (= You can scale them differently within their containers) Therefore there doesn’t actually exist a command to apply one scaling method to all images.
The fastest way to achieve, what you want, would be, to select all images of one slideshow in the „Layers“ panel, delete them and re-import them again. This is quite fast. BUT: You’d loose all your captions too.
Short, unsatisfactory answer: You can’t achieve what you want.
I think, you should post a feature request for this!