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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Meeting Minutes of the documentation team 5/29/2019
- Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Meeting Minutes of the documentation team 5/29/2019
- From: Dave Barton <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 30 May 2019 12:09:04 +0100
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Luke, you are reading the meeting notes shorthand entirely out of
context. This was a side discussion to help one person with one possible
solution to an issue they were experiencing. It had absolutely nothing
to do with anything being written into any LO documentation.
On 30.05.2019 07:53, Luke (gmail) wrote:
> On 30/5/19 5:40 am, Olivier Hallot wrote:
>> + Graphics:
>> + Drawings in Draw are objects when embedded in Writer
>> + Convert OLE object into image
>> + Use PNG format. JPEG has quality trade-off.
> Is this just in reference to a specific guide? It's surely not a
> general recommendation, I hope?
> In Draw you have the full object description. Often the drawing will
> be vector art, or largely vector art. So preserving that information
> instead of throwing it away is critically important for the use case
> of wanting to produce a printed book, or just a print.
> Any bitmap format is lossy WRT the original vector graphics.
> May I request, since Writer supports SVG, you save the object as an
> SVG image? That way the vector parts can stay vector, the image parts
> as image, and it supports transparency too. (I would have said EPS
> until I remembered it doesn't support transparency in its compositing
> Forcing it to a bitmap image type introduces the question of what
> resolution to choose, and then of course the problem that you need a
> high-res if it might be needed for printing but a low-res is all
> that's needed if it never will be.
> (I'm assuming in all this that the OLE object - which would allow
> round-tripping with Draw, presumably - is for some reason a problem?)
> Office supports its "Windows Enhanced Metafile" image format for
> exactly the reason that it preserves linework, and so you can enlarge
> or print with good quality.
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