Retaining resolution when merging to one layer

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Retaining resolution when merging to one layer

Post by greenmorpher » Thu 14 Jun 2007 16:46

Hello all

I have two photographs which I have set at 300 dpi resolution and a certain size, so they are matched.

They are two layers on an A4 document.

I select them both, side by side, and Reduce to one Layer and now have a single picture.

But at the end of that, they have retained their dimensions in what is now a single photograph BUT Layer Properties tells me the resolution is now 90 dpi (the correct resolution for my monitor and the starting point before I used Layer Properties to make each individual photograph 300 dpi).

Help?!?
Cheers, Geoff

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Post by Michael Roek-Ramirez » Fri 15 Jun 2007 07:09

Hi greenmorpher.

anyhow, this is just a number!
So there is no help needed: Just change again to 300 or whatever you like in the Layer Properties.
As you mentioned: The pictures wont change!

Seems, PL does not check the adjustments you made, when grouping to one layer.



regards

Michael

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Post by greenmorpher » Fri 15 Jun 2007 09:08

You're right, Michael.

BUG REPORT: Gerhard & Martin -- PL needs to take note of these numbers! 8-)

Cheers, Geoff

Geoffrey Heard, Business Writer & Publisher

"Type & Layout: Are you communicating or just making pretty shapes" -- Revealed! The secrets of how you can use type and layout to turbocharge your messages in print. See the book at http://www.worsleypress.com