Expanded DPI images for printing -Good News (news to me anyway)...

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Thu Mar 9 10:33:39 EST 2006


Are we sure about this? I mean PNGs allow for a separate PPI for  
printing and screen display. I always assumed that apps like Rev used  
the PPI information for printing.

Is this just Rev that is ignoring the other formats and just focusing  
on the pict format? I haven't test this and would really like to know  
what others have found.

Thanks Stephen,

Tom

On Mar 9, 2006, at 2:13 AM, Stephen Barncard wrote:

> In other words, Rev reads the DPI of the image from the file and  
> prints accordingly in the print region. This does not work with  
> PNG, Gif or jpg images, that show and print at screen resolution.
>
> So has rev always worked this way, or is this new?
> Weren't we encouraged to not use picts anymore?
> And finally, are PC users able to create picts?

Thomas J McGrath III
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