I don't think I've seen a mention about the variation of screen-pixel
size among different monitor brands and models. I realize that
although a screen pixel that's .35mm square, and one that's .25mm
square create different on-screen image sizes and granularity for the
same image, say 100px x 100px, screen-pixel size doesn't affect a
printed image. However, screen-pixel size does affect the appearance
of the size of the original image, and of a PDF of that image.

Isn't it as important to standardize on the screen-pixel size of
monitors in a work flow, just as it is to employ standard screen
calibration, and standard lighting for viewing printed output?

(No rants were harmed during the creation of this question.)<G>


Peter Gold
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