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    Hi,

    Im creating a resume CD with 2 (indentical) versions., 1 for 800x600 resolution veiwers & the other for 1024x768 viewers. When I finished putting together my CD, I burned it, then test ran both files. I noticed that the 800x600 file viewed on a 800x600 rez screen looked great, but when I ran the 1024x768 file on a computer with that rez settings, the images didnt look as crisp & sharp (some where blurry) as the 800x600 file. I used the identical same images for both files. Most of the images where created in Photoshop7 at 800x600. Is there a way I can make the same images crisp for 1024x768 resoultion also?

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    I assume this question is in relation to this:
    http://www.webdesignforums.net/showt...threadid=10350

    You would need to use two sets of images for the two resolutions. Browsers cannot accurately scale images up OR down in scale except at binary proportions downward (i.e. 50%, 25%, 12.5%, etc.), at least as far as I've observed.

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    Thanks for the info Transio, you know what I noticed. I took my image file & converted it to .WMF format (using CorelDraw) placed it in my Swish/Flash file & previewed it at 1024x768, and it looked super crisp & clean. The only downside is the file is 244KB in size & I dont think you can compress wmf files to reduce thier size. Should I use this, whats your thoughts?

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    WMF also doesn't anti-alias at the edges.

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    SWF, on the other hand, DOES anti-alias. Maybe use SWF's for your vector artwork?

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    Thanks


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