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Note, I am not looking at the code, I am just guessing in my answers, but, if you are testing, perhaps you can test these things:

On 11/21/2014 05:43 AM, Paddy Landau wrote:
As for a pattern, I've not been able to find one. As mentioned before, there
seems to be no pattern as to whether the images are linked or embedded,

I expected that Linked / embedded is related to how the documents were added when the ODT document is created. That said, i was not aware that you could simply link an image in a PDF document, so I have almost nothing to add related to this.

large or small, resized or not.

This may be related to the perceived DPI of the original image as compared to the DPI of the created PDF. On export you can choose Lossless compressing, JPEG compression, and Reduce image resolution. Obviously this will not be true if you do not set "reduce image resolution". When I look at those three combinations, I expect that no combination allows for images to never be modified.

It seems random. I'm sure it's not random, but still, I find it crazy to
modify any of the images especially as they are always made larger (why take
a lossless PNG image and make it into a bigger PNG?).


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