||Images, Effects, and Visibility|
When you make an iMaginator document with a new image, iMaginator sets a Canvas size (the part of the image view area where the image is actually drawn) to be the size of the image.
Some effects change the size of the image without changing the canvas size. This results in your image not being completely visible in the Image View area.
Note: You will always get the complete image when you export it, either by saving the image from the File menu or by dragging out an image from the Image Drag Well.
To force a recalculation of the canvas size, add a Transform effect. iMaginator will resize the canvas so that the image is completely visible (adding scrollbars if the canvas size is bigger than the view area).
You can also manually set the canvas size by using Custom Canvas Size from the Image menu.
Hint: want to start a composition with no Main Image - just a blank canvas? Choose one of the many provided in the Image Library by choosing “Blank Paint” from the popup at the bottom left of the Library, and dragging one onto the Image View.