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  1. To avoid performance problems I needed to rasterise my images in the document. I somehow noticed that they get a bit blurry due to this which surprises me. I have a placed Image with 900 DPI in an 301 DPI document. I zoom using Ctrl-9 to pixel size I use the "Rasterise..." from context menu I notice that the image gets a bit blurry. I would not expect that because on this zoom level one pixel of my screen corresponds to one pixel in the document. I would have expected that on this level (and zoomed out) I would not be able to see any difference. It should only get blurry if I zoom further in (for obvious reasons). Can I configure somehow options how I like the rasterisation to be? Like the resampler or something? I can't see this effect on all images, but some. Could there be a bug in the rasterisation process? Maybe using wrong DPI to rasterise to or something?

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