I seriously doubt it. Windows is going to resize all images the same crappy
way. The fact is that Microsoft's graphics routines are abysmal. Anyone
who's ever scaled an image in Preview and then seen the same thing done on a
Mac knows what I'm talking about. All you can do is resize the image at an
exact ratio or the actual pixel size of the image and hope it doesn't look
terrible. Sorry for the downer. :(
----- Original Message -----
From: "Morgan Grubb" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 4:02 PM
Subject: [PHP] Image aliasing
> I'm wondering if anybody has ever figured out a way to get around the
> absolutely abysmal way that Internet Explorer resizes images?
> The problem is that the person I'm supplying the images to refuses to use
> two copies (a small one, and a large one) and instead uses one (just the
> large one) and when he needs a small representation of it he slaps the
> image in and sets the width and height tags.
> The problem comes in when I'm trying to supply him with good looking
> Sure, the large image looks fine, but that smaller image gets aliased to
> hell and back. Can the large image be recompressed in such a way that it
> doesn't noticeably damage the large version, but improves how it looks
> arbitrarily shrunk in IE?
> Morgan Grubb.
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