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You can edit images directly in the tool. You can crop the image, adjust the colour scheme, and change the size. In addition, there are several filters that you can apply to the images.
You can access the ability to edit images either by posting a new Image module on a page, double-clicking an existing picture module, or by going directly to the image archive via the navigator menu.
When the image is selected in the image selector, hover the cursor over the image and click on the pencil icon "Edit image".
The original image is not affected by your editing, but all changes are made to a copy of the original image. Your changes will only be saved when you choose to save the edited version. When you select "Edit image", a new view opens where you can crop, rescale, apply filters, or change the colour scheme of the image.
Click on the icon at the top left to crop the selected area of the image. A square is plotted in the image that you can change in size by dragging the edges or moving the marking in the image.
If you have a marking of 502 x251 for example, you can click the minus button next to each measurement to get the size you want, for example, if you know that your area surface is 500x250.
To move the entire marking, click the blue "Locked aspect ratio" icon. Then you can move your marking (500x250) to get another crop.
You can rescale the image to change the size of the image. Either by using an image size (if you set it up on the website) or by entering max width or max height yourself. Click on the plus or minus icon to increase or decrease the width or height.
If you are using image sizes on your website, they will appear in the list under Custom size:
If the image is too light or dark, you can experiment with the colour scheme here.
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You can apply an image filter on your image. The filter is previewed if you click on it.
Image sizes, colour and filter requires that you have "Use extended image editing" permission
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