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Hi Marc,

Unfortunately, my laptop doesn't allow higher resolution. If someone else volunteers for providing high resolution screen shots, I would leave it if we need such pictures.

However, to see the detail of the screen, I think low resolution picture is better. In general, it's hard to see characters in a picture if it's in high resolution. For the purpose of introducing new features on our web site, I think they shouldn't be taken in too high resolution environment. I personally think 1600x pictures are too big for the pages on the web. And if we shrink those pictures, it's even harder to see the details on them.

Yeah, I know higher resolution is preferable for paper publication, but we should separate those two things: web and magazine.

(I have no objection to use PNG.)


(2011/05/28 0:07), Marc Paré wrote:
Hi Takashi

Le 2011-05-27 10:52, Takashi Nakamoto a écrit :
Hi Marc,

OK. I'll make sure to follow the rules written in that page.
Seems hard to resize the windows to the specified size (1000x750), but
I'll manage to do it.


Not unless you choose the higher quality 1600x or 1900x PNG that is
suggested. Florian suggested this size as many magazines had asked for
screenshots when we released v.3.3.2 .

Unless someone else suggests anything else, I am hoping that all screen
shots will be taken at the higher resolution so that we have them ready
for any requests from magazines.



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