384 reputation
210
bio website
location
age 30
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen Sep 15 at 15:08

Jun
20
comment IE11 webmail issues with touch, Chrome seems not to have
Single-tapping just high-lights the email. And yes, I figure it's going to take the webdevs making changes to make it more functional with touch. But this is a huge company and that probably won't happen anytime soon since tablets aren't a big thing yet.
Jun
20
asked IE11 webmail issues with touch, Chrome seems not to have
Oct
6
awarded  Self-Learner
Jan
16
awarded  Revival
Jul
25
comment Failed to open the Group Policy Object -Windows 7 Administrator
Thanks! This fixed the issue for me as well.
Mar
22
awarded  Yearling
Oct
14
awarded  Scholar
Oct
14
accepted Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
Oct
14
answered Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
Aug
1
comment Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
Sorry, but telling someone to fix their issue by not even trying is just silly. I'm not just saving images for the fun of it, but rather using that as an example of my issue. Also, it's not just PNG's, as noted in my OP.
Apr
30
comment Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
Nothing from Adobe seems to be be running that might cause this. I suppose I could try Safe Mode anyway...
Apr
28
awarded  Commentator
Apr
28
comment Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
A co-worked pointed out that maybe with Photoshop, Adobe installed some sort of gamma-correction service that might be causing this. I'll look into this when I get home.
Apr
28
revised Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
added 2 characters in body
Apr
28
comment Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
I saved the same image on my Windows 7 work PC using MSpaint in the same fashion I did at home, and it looks fine. So this is definitely an issue local only to my home PC.
Apr
28
comment Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
No, but I'll try that when I get home. Though "save for web" is going to skew the issue, because that applies compression. My point in the OP is that I can re-save an image with no compression, and I get a lower quality image. This should not happen.
Apr
28
comment Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
Could this be a driver-level issue?
Apr
28
awarded  Critic
Apr
28
revised Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
added 25 characters in body; added 98 characters in body; edited title; deleted 2 characters in body
Apr
28
comment Re-saved images have noticeably lower quality in any format
Yes, that is what I meant in my original post when I said "(Windows 7) / Photoshop CS5 / IrfanView". I can save it in all 3 programs and the output is exactly the same as was pictured. I can save as PNG, JPEG, BMP, doesn't matter... I get the same result.