Hi, I'm sorta kinda new to Construct and I've been doodling quite a bit in it lately, but there's two things that've been bugging me for a while and I can't seem to find the solution either on the wiki or these forums.
The first is, is there a way to precisely change an object's dimensions, using % points of their current state? i.e. an object is 100x100 pixels, resize it to 50% of its original -> it's now 50x50 pixels. So far I've been using the object's size in pixels and manually deriving what the final size aught to be for width and height separately, but it'd be nice to know if there's an easier way to do this.
Secondly, is there some way to restore an object to its default size, i.e. the size of the actual frame in the animation editor? Once in a while my hand slips while I'm placing objects and I accidentally stretch one out of proportion. Generally I can just Undo it easily enough but if it somehow escapes my notice I don't know what to do besides re-make the entire object. I figured there's got to be an option for this but I can't seem to find it?
Thanks for any help