On Thu, 06 Aug 2015 20:21:18 +0200 chrislz <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:

>  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 
> original
> size.   What mistake am I making?

How are you viewing the image? If it's for use on the Web you'll need to use 
CSS width and height, or width and height attributes on an img element, to make 
the Web browser stretch the image to the size you want. The results of doing 
this are often pretty awful, by the way.

Liam

> 
> Thank you
> 
> Chris
> 
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