On Thu, Jun 05, 2003 at 10:30:29AM +0100, Jonathan E. Paton wrote: > Retake the screenshot, after reducing the size of the window.
If you look at what the screenshot is of, you will notice that I can't make the window much smaller since that would hide information, or pack it very tightly. > At 52Kb, the image size is satisfactory for broadband/LAN users. > If the image is to be used on the web, why not consider using > the image size attributes of HTML to automatically rescale the > image? No, that's not what the image is for. I am writing a small manual on the use of OpenOffice Writer. It has many screenshots and together they do add up. > You could also reduce the colour depth without any noticable > drop in quality. Applications usually keep to a 256 colour > default pallet. Yeah, I was thinking to do that. Thanks. -- Daniel Carrera | OpenPGP fingerprint: Graduate TA, Math Dept | 6643 8C8B 3522 66CB D16C D779 2FDD 7DAC 9AF7 7A88 UMD (301) 405-5137 | http://www.math.umd.edu/~dcarrera/pgp.html
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