Ronald and the rest of you cool cats,

I was having a similar problem: when I'd print the logo for my company (a JPG), it would come out pixelated when printed. The way I resolved the issue, was to use *HI-RES* JPG images. Instead of using a 72-dpi JPG image, I used a 300dpi JPG image, and it came out clean and crisp. I don't know if this was a factor as well, but I believe I also placed the image in a table-cell which scaled the image 50%. BTW, I couldn't see changes when I modified the content-width & height (it didn't seem to have any effect).

I don't know if this'll help you, but it worked for me!

Web Maestro Clay

At 06:28 AM 12/17/2002, you wrote:
I've looked at the code in the AWTRenderer where a BufferedImage is created
to paint the "page" on(defaults to 72 dpi)
Out of curiosity, how can we create a high res image / graphics context ?
I would be happy to tinker with the code and post any solutions if I find
any , but I am not very familiar with 2D.
Thanks,
Ronald

-----Original Message-----
From: Oleg Tkachenko [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 7:10 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Antwort: Which TIFF format is used in batik? How can I get
TIFF Type 1?

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I am using the special renderer from Oleg to produce the TIFFs. You can
> find it at
>
> http://www.tkachenko.com/fop/tiffrenderer.html
>
> It produces several of the formats you asked for and works nicely. The
only
> problem I have is that I cannot change the resolution, it defaults to 72
> dpi, which is not enough for my application.
I'm afraid that's FOP's restriction at the moment.

--
Oleg Tkachenko

- Clay Leeds
- Web Developer
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