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On Fri, 24 Apr 2020 17:38:14 +0200
M Henri Day <> wrote:

Den fre 24 apr. 2020 kl 17:17 skrev Luuk <>:

On 24-4-2020 15:11, M Henri Day wrote:  
Den fre 24 apr. 2020 kl 08:22 skrev Luuk <

    On 23-4-2020 06:06, Musical Neptunian wrote:  
    > I  make Twitch emotes in GIMP. They cannot be more than 25
    > Mb or  
    > rejects them. I found a tutorial somewhere that said that  
    Libreoffice has a  
    > png compression tool. But when I put my png into
    > LibreOffice I  
    got a whole  
    > load of symbol junk. So instead I used a free online tool
    > that  
    reduced my  
    > png from 30 Kb to 7 Kb with no quality change. But could I
    > have  
    > anything in Libreoffice to do this?  

    I would never use LibreOffice for compressing images.

    use any tool found on the internet, like:  

Luuk, perhaps you could explain just why you would never use a
LibreOffice too for compressing images. Doesn't the one suggested
by Philip perform satisfactorily ?...


Just because LibreOffice is not an image-editor. It's about creating
document, or spreadsheets.

Ik will also no use my bicycle to transport loads of goods, that's
what trucks are for.... 😉
I was inquiring about *specific* problems you had encountered with the
image-compression tool in LibreOffice.

If he never uses LO for that purpose, clearly he will never have
encountered any specific problems doing so! He never said he did. He
just stated his own views.

I regularly transport goods on
my bicycle, if doing so suits my needs.... 😉

Just as you state yours. Good for you, BTW. I do too sometimes but not
as often as I should.


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