A scalable image adapts its size to the content, specifying what parts of the image should be stretched. This allows us to use only one image for many different sizes.
A common use case is an image used as a background for a rounded button (we want the sides to stretch if the button is larger than the image, but not the corners themselves).
This property indicates if an image is scalable or not. When adding an image to the knowledge base, GeneXus determinates if the image is scalable based on the file extension.
The value of this property is read only and is set based on the format of the image
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