Today I created a 5.5" x 8.5" document in Writer then exported it as a .jpeg. (791x993 px) When I import it into a new Writer document it's only .22"x.31". IIf I scale it up to its correct size, the image is fuzzy. I've looked at it in Gwenview and the size is as it should be. Other images import at their correct size. I've tried it several times with the same result.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Create new Writer file (paper size A5)
2.Export as .jpeg
3.Import .jpeg into new Writer document
imported image is only .22 x .31 inches
IMported image at 5.5 x 8.5 inches
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Writer document with imported image
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original file which was then exported as a jpeg
Here are the files.
The jpeg file has 2540 dpi for 793px height and 559px width. That results 793/2540=0.31 and 559/2540=0.22
So import is correct. The question is, why has the picture this totally wrong dpi-value.
Please tell, what setting do you have made during export, what operating system do you have and what screen resolution and/or dpi setting in the operating system.
In my tests I get always 72 dpi, that is surely wrong too.
I thought that there exists already a bug report about wrong dpi values, but I cannot find it.
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