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Old December 19th, 2015 Dec 19, 2015 10:48:32 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Acrorip/partnerrip/etc... image sizing bugs?

Well i am Printing on r1800 based uv printer with acrorip 8.2.3 and 8.2 dongle also available. When i load a 1"x1" image it loads as like 1.1" x 1.1". i can resize to 1" but doing this uses a bilinear resize causing distortions in the print since perfect reproduction is 100% required. this issue happens in both rips.

My question is, does anybody else with acro-rip have this issue? i am actually on a modified (chinese manufacturer changed the name) version of acrorip. if you dont have this issue can you state what version/what os/and any other info?

also maybe somebody can post acto-rip 8.2.3 standard installer? i bet my dongles would work with a non-modified acrorip


*NOTE* i beleive the resize is being caused by mm-> in conversions, not suret he exact reason but i bet that is why. it may be something i can do.
 
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Old 4 Weeks Ago Nov 8, 2019 5:46:55 PM -   #2 (permalink)
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Hi Jason,

How did you resolve your issue regarding image sizing?
I'm facing the same dilemma right now.

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Default Re: Acrorip/partnerrip/etc... image sizing bugs?

Assuming 1.1" as quoted by the op is a metric expression of an Imperial measurement, implying that for some reason 10% is being added to the dimensions of the image by the program.


As a temporary measure until you find the actual cause & rectify it. You could pre resize your image to .909" so that when the program resizes the image it becomes 1" again.
 
 
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Como están? Estoy atravesando la misma situación con Acrorip 9.0.3 me sale la imagen estirada No encuentro las posibles causas. Alguno me podría orientar al respecto? Gracias!
 






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