Created attachment 116189 [details]
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Draw a rectangle and select it
2. Export to PNG ("selection" disabled)
3. Change DPI to eg 600 and restore original page size
4. Press ok
5. Open exported file with favourite editor (like gimp)
6. Measure the size of the rectangle (I use the crop dialog in gimp for that)
Expected: Rectangle-size in both programs are measured to be equal
Actual: Rectangle-size differs
Additional Information: The size-difference might relate to the transparent area created by the export within the png image (see attachment)
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in step 3, I'm not sure to understand "restore original page size" means.
Indeed, if I put back 21/29.7, LO calculates a huge size file.
Anyway, any better with a recent LO version? (last one is 6.4.5)
(In reply to Julien Nabet from comment #3)
> in step 3, I'm not sure to understand "restore original page size" means.
> Indeed, if I put back 21/29.7, LO calculates a huge size file.
Yep, I assume this is what was meant. Doesn't seem to be any better.
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Built on 9 July 2020
Buovjaga: a bit lost between initial dimensions, resolutions, the fact I can't put initial dimensions after having changed resolution because it seems to keep a ratio instead of just applying what I chose...
Anyway, since you reproduced this, let's let this one opened.
(In reply to Julien Nabet from comment #5)
> Buovjaga: a bit lost between initial dimensions, resolutions, the fact I
> can't put initial dimensions after having changed resolution because it
> seems to keep a ratio instead of just applying what I chose...
> Anyway, since you reproduced this, let's let this one opened.
I'm lost too. Maybe Topi should give a more detailed theoretical explanation of his expected vs. actual and we should ask some graphics wizard for opinions.
Comment from Noel on IRC:
most likely the PNG metadata is wrong
(the metadata says what physical dimension a pixel has)