Re: Photoshop and BMPs

Subject: Re: Photoshop and BMPs
From: Stephen Riley <SRILEY -at- BCT-SYSTEMS -dot- CO -dot- UK>
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 1998 16:22:44 +0100

Err, different problem I think Dan.

The original poster (Mike) had scaling he didn't want.
I suggested a possible workaround for this.
What you're suggesting is a fix for intentional
scaling that doesn't look good. No?

If I've got you wrong, Mike or Dan, let me know ...

Steve Riley

> >>>Have you tried using Smooth Scaling from WexTech ? It allows you to
> >>>resize a graphics being placed in a Help file with out that
> aliasing effect.
> >>There is a utility called NOSCALE.EXE that you can run
> >>bmps through. Apparently some software puts in scaling info
> >>that can be misinterpeted by ForeHelp ...
> > If I load a BMP that was saved in Photoshop into ForeHelp, it
> appears
> > too large. If I load and resave the BMP in Paint Shop Pro, then it
> > loads into ForeHelp normally. Can anyone explain this?
> >
> > Mike

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