How to resize an image when pixel dimensions are locked?
How can I resize my image so the height is 180 and the width is 120? Currently when I try to change the size, I'm forced to keep the dimensions fixed. I see that the lock is enabled but I don't know how to remove it. The file is a png. I've tried saving in Adobe's PSD format but that didn't make a difference.
By unchecking the "Constrain Proportions" the lock on the dimensions is removed, and you can set the horizontal and vertical size independently.
Resizing the image without the lock may stretch it in either dimension, which might not be desirable. But if the aspect ratio stays close to original, it's probably not a problem.