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mik 2007-01-17 10:33 AM

Printing images
 
I attach an image to a row (displayed inline, the original is .ps). When I print, I get a low-res (unuseable) version of the picture. I can't find anyplace to change the size or resolution of the image.

What am I doing wrong? Apologies if I'm missing something blindingly obvious. I can't find any instructions when I search the help, forum, or manual.

Thanks,

Mik

OOPro 3.6.2

DerekM 2007-01-17 01:00 PM

Hi Mik-

There aren't any image controls for attachments, it should print as displayed (with the exception of cropped pdfs). What file type is your image in? .ps (postscript?)

mik 2007-01-17 01:44 PM

Sorry, I meant .psd (Photoshop). Does "print as displayed" mean 72dpi (screen resolution) is the best I can get?

It prints at the physical size of the original (which is 300 dpi) but looks pixelated, like a blown-up tiny jpeg.

Thanks,

Mik

DerekM 2007-01-17 03:01 PM

Ah yes, sorry. The images are being printed at 72 dpi. We may be changing this in a future release. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Buck_M 2007-01-31 07:21 AM

Images
 
The whole images represntation issue is a huge problem for me. The resolution is too low for most all the image work I intend to do with Outliner. And regardless of the resolution issue I can't get consistency in the actual printed dimensions of the low res file, sometimes it's tiny and sometimes it's too wide to print :(

Hope this issue is changed SOON!

DerekM 2007-01-31 12:12 PM

[QUOTE=Buck_M]The whole images represntation issue is a huge problem for me. The resolution is too low for most all the image work I intend to do with Outliner. And regardless of the resolution issue I can't get consistency in the actual printed dimensions of the low res file, sometimes it's tiny and sometimes it's too wide to print :(

Hope this issue is changed SOON![/QUOTE]


If what's printing doesn't match in dimensions to what you see on screen (and you aren't printing cropped PDFs), can you send some examples to [email]omnioutliner@omnigroup.com[/email] please so I can take a look at it?

mik 2007-03-03 06:48 PM

A follow-up for Buck (and anyone else who needs hi-res printed images). I'm now using TAO outliner, which prints at the size and resolution of the original image.

Mik


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