Re: How to display graphics clearly on screen and on print?
Nice link, thanks!
Just use JPEG for photos, PNG for nearly anything else, and GIF only
if there's a compelling reason and you can get away with it. And
always keep your best quality source around -- regardless of how you
may edit images for distribution -- so you can start over later if
"Best image source" would be...?
Does anyone on techwr-l save screenshots in some *other* format first,
then convert down to PNG? If so, which? TIFF?
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