Don't worry about the resolution of the image. Just worry about the dimensions.
Scale it down to whatever you'd like and then scale it back up to the original
dimensions. Like so:
1. An image is 500px x 500px
2. Scale it down to 250px x 250px
3. Scale it back up to 500px 500px
That right there will half the quality, making each pixel of the scaled down
250px x 250px image take up four pixels instead.
I hope this is what you needed!
Sent from my iPhone
> On Aug 6, 2015, at 8:21 PM, chrislz <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
> This topic has been asked and answered several times before, but it doesn't
> for me. I want to reduce resolution but keep the same image dimensions on the
> screen - this has nothing to do with wanting to print.
> So I followed the answer given here
> 1) check the cubic or sinc option in quality box
> 2) changed the resolution, in this case from 600 to 300.
> 3) re-enter original width in width box
> 4) click scale image
> When I do this, the image DOES NOT stay the same. It shrinks to 50% of
> size. What mistake am I making?
> Thank you
> chrislz (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)
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