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  1. · Öffne ein leeres Dokument mit Auflösung 192 dpi · Schreibe ein paar Worte in der Schriftgrösse 20 · Erstelle einen weise dem Text erstelle einen neuen Textstil (z.B. Überschrift) · Ändere das Dokument auf 300 dpi · Öffne den Textstil (Bearbeiten) nun steht 12.8 pt Es ist auch mit bestehenden Textstilen nachvollziehbar Gruss Andreas • Open a blank document with a resolution of 192 dpi • Write a few words in the font size 20 • Create a new text style (e.g. heading) • Change the document to 300 dpi • Open the text style (edit) is now 12.8 pt It is also understandable with existing text styles Probably related to: Greeting Andreas
  2. I have put together a set of macros to change the dpi of an image without changing the pixel dimensions. The set comprises macros to change the dpi to 72, 96, 144, 180, 192, 300 and 400dpi. These macros were recorded in Photo 1.6 because there were reports that similar macros recorded in 1.7 would always resample, even if the Resample box was unticked. I have checked that these macros work in 1.8, which they do. I also note that in 1.8 the Resize function will change the dpi without resampling. Here is the Library file: Change DPI 1.6.afmacros Thanks to @carl123 for setting the ball rolling with his macro here. EDIT: This macro library has been recreated (in 1.6) and re-imported into this message John
  3. When changing Raster DPI in the export settings, the dpi is lost or changed to pt. AD-1.5.1.43 and AD-1.5.2.54 (beta)
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