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Joyce Maurin

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I tried to use this functionnality to get around another bug, but I face the grey border as well...

This has been reported a year ago. Is everyone using the Zoom picture functionnality facing this bug? Has someone found a way to use it and remove the grey border? Is it due to the images we use?

I'm starting to be really tired, always needing to try to find a detour to get around almost on each bug I'm facing instead of you resolving them in the first place.

(NB: using SL 360)

Alyssa Gomez

Hello Bérengère,

Really sorry you've run into this issue. Our team is investigating the cause of the border/outline added to images, and we'll keep you posted on what we find out.

I'm curious to hear more about the magnifying glass icon moving when the file is published. Could you share a screenshot that compares what you see in Storyline versus what you see after the file is published? 

I'll be standing by!

Leslie McKerchie

Thanks for sharing the file, Bérengère.

Since the picture has been rotated, the zoom does appear in the wrong place for this image. It's based on the original image. If you look at the size dimensions, it still holds the original image details and not the rotated version.

If you rotate the image prior to importing, it works as expected.

Check out my addition to your file attached.

Bérengère LITTY

Thank you Leslie. I wrote that the picture has been rotated, in the comments, on the right of my file, thanks. I know it is because I rotated it. Once again, it's not our job to deal with the bugs of the software. It did work in previous versions of SL.

I'll quote a previous comment: "I'm starting to be really tired, always needing to try to find a detour to get around almost on each bug I'm facing instead of you resolving them in the first place.". What is the point of having a tool to zoom if we have to import the pictures at the exact size they will appear in the slide ? What the point of having a tool to rotate pictures if you cannot use it without generating various bugs ? Idem for cropping ?