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Thu Feb 19 17:55:35 EST 2015
Sorry Jacque, I don’t understand. Suppose I have say a filled rectangle (‘draw' not ‘paint', thus a vector image). When I export it, I think this ends up as a bitmap with the resolution of the screen it was displayed in while in LC. Is this what you’re seeing? What about a group containing say vector items and also text? In theory this could be exported as an image with no inherent resolution, so capable of being reproduced at different resolutions as required. I don’t seem to get anything other than bitmaps.
> On 19 Feb 2015, at 22:22, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
> On 2/19/2015 10:50 AM, Graham Samuel wrote:
>> Is there any way to export a vector image? What I’m actually trying
>> to do is to export a screenshot that can have a higher resolution
>> than that of the screen, for printing and so on. Other apps can do
>> this, in effect (I mean they can have enlargement and/or
>> resolution-changing features).
>> What do people do when they want a high-res output?
> I usually just run images through an image processing app after export if I need to alter them. I'm not aware of any way to change the resolution from within LC.
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