Draw module allow user to compress an image throught the local menu (right clic : Compress).
The dialog windows allow user to specify some setings.
The DPI is each time by default set to "96 Dpi", if user choose "150 dpi" for example.
For the next image compression, the dialog show "96 DPI" again : It should remember "150 dpi"
The dialog should remeber user last setting so that if we want to recompress several image on a page, we do not have to alter dpi for each image.
Confirmed. Setting to NEW.
Win 7 Pro 64-bit Version: 22.214.171.124.alpha0+
Build ID: ca7f62c8262662c8f58a3fa3b298623f25b55eaa
TinderBox: Win-x86@62-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2015-02-26_22:43:44
Requests to save previous settings are reported quite often. Filename and settings in tdf#84655 or File location in tdf#98728. And of course compression should be part of it.
Was just about to file this same issue. So it should remember jpeg compression, png quality, dpi resolution and interpolation.
This enhancement should also remember all setting of the "compress image" dialog : resolution, quality...
*** Bug 146903 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
(In reply to Yousuf Philips (jay) (retired) from comment #3)
> So it should remember jpeg
> compression, png quality
(In reply to Pierre-Alain Dorange from comment #4)
> This enhancement should also remember all setting of the "compress image"
> dialog : resolution, quality...
For the png lossless image format, I would prefer the "compression" parameter instead of the "quality" parameter since the png quality is always the same.
For both png and jpeg, the "compression" term could be appropriate although the jpeg quality decreases as the compression increases.
However, for a person who doesn't know the difference between the lossless and lossy compression formats, maybe we could use a different parameter name :
- "quality" for jpeg
- "compression for the same quality" for png