Vincent Hennebert wrote:
Hmmm, I’m perhaps making a confusion here. I thought target-resolution
did also apply to the whole images generated by the renderer; i.e., for
the TIFF renderer, the resolution of the image representing the whole
document, and not only images inside it. Isn’t that the case? Then, why
wouldn’t target-resolution also apply to images in PDF output?
Good point. I overlooked the Tiff and PNG Renderers in my reply. Target
aka default resolution would apply to images in PDF as well as the
resolution of the generated Tiff, PNG etc.
Perhaps I should ask the question on fop-user, I’m sure I will find
there nice developers who will enlighten me...
"output" and "target" have similar semantics in
the English language and the distinction between them will not be clear
enough for the users. Maybe the general purpose one (which currently
only controls batik) should be "default-resolution" and it could also
apply to images for renderers which dont have an explicit
renderer-resolution sounds fine to me.
Great. I think it is a lot clearer than "output-resolution"