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comment Downgrading Module or Downgrading to perl 5.10 on Ubuntu 12.04
apparently not :-) with perlbrew it is so easy to run different perl versions :-P
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
What are you even talking about. I have explained my use-case in detail inside the question. If you answer questions just by title you are not a help to anyone here.
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answered Downgrading Module or Downgrading to perl 5.10 on Ubuntu 12.04
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
"This is completely impossible!" No it is possible... it is just that the image shrinks when printed. Which I explained very detailed in my question
Sep
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
This does not help me a lot, since I'm dealing with PNG and have not much clue of JPG or even C. That is to "deep" knowledge for me to be useful. Maybe someone else can use it.
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
Sorry for my rage before... I edited my question a bit, so that there is less chance of misunderstanding my question. I hope your detailed explanation helps somebody else though. Keep on helping
Sep
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revised I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
small edit so that users who read fast don't missunderstand me
Sep
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
But I don't have enough reputation...
Sep
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
"Please provide the following to resolve the above issue:" The issue is already solved by Martin Wilson
Sep
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
"When I check the file it stays the same." THIS IS WHAT I WANT. I DO NOT SAY IN THE TEXT THAT THIS SURPRISES ME. PLEAS READ MY QUESTION AGAIN... SLOWLY... ARGL
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