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1. Load an SWF file.
2. Add a new shape.
3. Right click the new shape and click "Replace".
4. Pick a file.
5. The new image settings only partially apply to the new shape and the bounds are not set
as they should be.
JPEXS Version 7.1.2, i use windows 7.
The problematic SWF file has been attached, follow steps above to reproduce. Attempt to
add a new shape and add an image to it with the "replace" function.
All types of shapes(1-4) newly made do not work.
For me to reproduce the working case i:
1. Load the supplied SWF file.
2. Right click on shape 36 (looks like a shield)
3. Click replace in the right click menu and choose a new image from my computer
And when this is done the image is properly replaced, with the new bounds set.
If this can still not be reproduced would it be better if i make a video example?
Yes sorry you are correct, the bounds stay the same and it just happens the image im
replacing with fits inside the bounds. I just have to go back to manually trying to figure
out what each new images bounds needs to be, since this is not actually a feature.
You can close this ticket.
Please try the latest nightly. I added a new context menu item: "Replace - Update bounds"
Note: there is an issue in this issue tracker about the tag tree context menu. It is quite
chaotic, maybe some functions should be grouped, or the settings should be moved to a
popup dialog, so maybe it will be changed in the future, but the functionality will be