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You will have to crop it, if you change proportions it will get distorted. Try GIMP, its very good for this kind of stuff and it's free. Docs will help you get it done.
If you don't want distortion, you need to maintain the aspect ratio. If you don't want to crop, your other option would be to resize based on the height, which will preserve everything but give you a narrower image. Then put the image on a 960 x 290 (or 280?) background, positioned where it works the best for you. Pick a fill for the background that ...
You really have 2 choices here and maybe four... The image needs to be cropped either on the top, bottom, or both to accommodate the 290px header height The header on your site needs to allow for 720px tall images Maybe a third... Use the image as a background which dips behind the content of your site Maybe a fourth... Add more content to ...
Partition creation To make a partition table, you can use your common tools directly on the file instead of the device. Most standard tools should support this usage, like fdisk and parted. parted is great to be integrated in a script as it can take the commands as argument. parted -s testing.img mklabel gpt parted -s -a none testing.img mkpart ESP fat32 0 ...
Although this is now an old question, I thought it still worth making the following post. Until recently I’ve been running Windows 7 and a few years ago as an exercise had written a simple program running with a system tray icon to discover the path to the current desktop background image. When I upgraded to Windows 10 this no longer worked of course, so I ...
Save full image size, open file in MSpaint. Select All, copy, paste into MSWord.
The firefox add-on "Tab Permissions" (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tab-permissions/) allows you to accomplish this. It adds buttons to switch images per tab, and to set the default for new tabs. You can configure whether, if ou open a new tab from a link in an old one, it inherits the setting from the parent or it uses the default. ...
There is something off about the Export tool of LibreOffice in general. It has been years, and it is sill broken. An alternative is just taking screen shot, but obviously you cannot control de resolution. So a better work around is exporting to SVG, and then convert the SVG to PNG with Inkscape. Once download it, you can convert the file with the following ...
Your image is compressed (e.g. with jpeg or png). If you'd store the image in an uncompressed format (tiff without zip compression) you would get that size on disk, too.
The memory required to store an image can be less than the memory required to display it. For example, if the image is an 80x80 green rectangle, you can store it as the equivalent of "80 by 80 green rectangle". But to display it, you need 1600 green dots, each of which is going to take up some space.
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