Wow, these tough challenges you find rwerp. First you need to know at all times the exact pixel counts of your crop instead of paying attention to how it looks. Now typing in 0.7 once per session is a major burden to you. You’re a very fussy guy. I’m not sure you’ll find software to suit you. The animus of PhotoLab is simplicity and elegance. I sincerely hope your complains fall on deaf ears. This one is okay (adding a single format) but if PhotoLab exposes half a dozen more statistics or features in the front end of the interface, it will completely lose its character of elegant simplicity and become just another cluttered, irritating, geeky RAW editor. There’s already three or four on the market (Lightroom, C1, On1, RawTherapee all come to mind right away, I’m sure there’s others).
That’s not a bad idea John: to allow users to create two or three additional aspect ratios and save them. Unlimited slots could get messy. Three would be very useful. Still think this A4 aspect ratio should be added as one of the defaults as there are a lot of requests for this particular aspect ratio and it is common in Europe.