Ismael Valladolid Torres <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Rick Hogg escribe:
>> Now, to do this I went into the Image->Scale Image
>> dialog, changed X- and Y- Resolution to 72
>> pixels/inch, but the Image Size didn't change.
> As far as you don't leave the computer, that parameter doesn't make
> any sense, as you're always working with pixels. That parameter refers
> to the size of the image once printed, or "how big your pixels will
A web page might be printed, too. I don't know how browsers behave.
It would both make sense to either use the resolution stored in the
image or use the resolution they believe the screen has to generate a
similar appearance. The latter makes especially sense when web
designers don't pay attention to the resolution stored within the
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