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amirm

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#67
Like looking forward to your jarred pears then tasting that ginger :D
You were supposed to take all of them in your luggage and relieve me from having to eat them!!!
 

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#68
You were supposed to take all of them in your luggage and relieve me from having to eat them!!!
Soz :D

I had a thought, they might be nice in a Asian salad.. still it's a ten gun salute for the pear, missing in action thought to have been killed by ginger:D
 

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#70
I post my graphs in .png so they are small. They look identical on my machine. However upon upload, even when I size them carefully they look a bit blurry with uneven color. So trying out some other graph uploads as a test.

First PNG.

twin tone sweep.png
twin tone sweep.png


Now as .jpg

twin tone sweep.jpg
twin tone sweep.jpg


Then as a .gif

twin tone sweep.gif

They still look yucky so the forum must compress them somehow.
 
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They still look yucky so the forum must compress them somehow.
They look fine if you don't enlarge your view ratio in the browser. Their DPI is too high so they look small then. What is the resolution of your desktop?
 

RayDunzl

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#73
They still look yucky so the forum must compress them somehow.
Looks fine here too (with 100% browser setting).

Some images will have a "click for full size" tag on them when posted if you have a small window set and the forum resizes the picture for immediate display.

Example:

upload_2017-11-8_4-38-50.png
 

Blumlein 88

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#74
Well I was a dummy. I have a large monitor and use 1980 x 1200 resolution. However I keep my browser set to 125% view. They do look just fine if I reduce them to 100%. The browser blowing them up above full resolution was the culprit. So all this time I didn't like my blurry images I suppose they looked okay to everyone else.
 
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