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> Am I correct that there are no functions that can return the dimensions of
> an imported PNG file?
It feels like resize() should be extended to have options for specifying a maximum bounding box and preserve aspect ratio.
Re: Retain aspect ratio when using scale() or resize()?
> Von: "Marius Kintel" <[hidden email]>
> > Am I correct that there are no functions that can return the dimensions of
> > an imported PNG file?
> It feels like resize() should be extended to have options for specifying a maximum bounding box and preserve aspect ratio.
And maybe also have some kind of position() thingy too to go along with that? I guess both together should cover most use-cases to fit unknown/extern model parts into some scad design (e.g. STL, DXF, text(), ...).