Bug ID: 103273
Summary: LibreOffice does not understand the resolution
information of Photoshop Elements files
Version: 220.127.116.11 release
Created attachment 128037
Example of a Photoshop Elements jpg file
I use Photoshop Elements to edit photos and other pictures, since LibreOffice
is not meant for this kind of work, as is pointed out in the manuals.
Inserting a jpg file produced by Photoshop Elements however is always a pain,
LibreOffice assumes the 96dpi resolution setting of my screen, and the picture
usually has a 300dpi resolution setting. So I always get the wrong size of the
picture, very annoying.
I recently inserted a jpg file from another source, and was amazed to see it
had the right size, and LibreOffice reported a 360dpi resolution setting.
So it seems LibreOffice doesn't understand the resolution settings in the JPG
file headers produced by Photoshop Elements.
I assume this is a general problem in LibreOffice, but for the record I'm
experiencing the problem in Writer, and I'm using Photoshop Elements 14 on
Windows 10 64 bit.
I have attached an example file.
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