Well, it is annoying because I have to keep resizing the image everytime I add it. I have created some images with small circles at the far corners of the display. I animate them to do things. In order to take advantage of my screen size I have to resize the display > 100%. If I accidently don't resize to the exact same number then the circles appear at different places. It would be nice if they were in the same place that I drew them at so that I didn't have to go through this resizing exercise all of the time. It isn't a technical problem as much as a usability problem. And when you are having to manipulate many may images in order to get the effect you want it becomes very redundant and very annoying. But, I guess I could just create a utility that reads in the ILDA file and resizes it to the correct size and then use it.
I don't think that would work because it would have the opposite effect. If I had drawn a small circle in the center then it would be resized to max when I dragged and dropped it. I would then have a big circle that I would have to shrink back to a little circle. I would rather just be able to draw something the size I want and have it the exact same size when I load it. Perhaps you could add an option in MonchaDraw that allows you either save it as it works now or to save it the same size as it is drawn.