72 dpi/96dpi problem[Solved]

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72 dpi/96dpi problem[Solved]

Postby kili » Fri Sep 19, 2008 06:38

We cut the image's edge very accurately:(this is only TaharezLook example)
Image

different with TaharezLook's imageset:
//some offset
Image

but when we use the image to be tiled, it's edge stretched like this:
Image

out artist said that's because of CEGUI us 96 dpi to render the image,
but we use 72 dpi to output the TGA image, so it got enlarged.

so i replaced the code

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virtual   uint   getHorzScreenDPI(void) const   {return 96;}
virtual   uint   getVertScreenDPI(void) const   {return 96;}

with

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virtual   uint   getHorzScreenDPI(void) const   {return 72;}
virtual   uint   getVertScreenDPI(void) const   {return 72;}

in openglrenderer.h and use the new dll in CELayoutEditor,
but the image still stretched as the last image.
is there any resolution besides cutting the image with some offset?
Last edited by kili on Tue Sep 30, 2008 01:42, edited 1 time in total.

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Postby CrazyEddie » Tue Sep 23, 2008 08:40

Hi,

I'm not absolutely certain of the issue you're seeing :? But could it be the Imageset autoscaling that is causing the issue? If you change this option, either within the editor or by editing the XML to change the Autoscaled attribute to "False" - perhaps this might help?

Also, which renderer is this using?

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Postby kili » Wed Sep 24, 2008 08:07

Hi,

i added

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<Property name="Autoscaled" value="False" />

in StaticImage, but seems no use.

the only way i could do is cut it more.
our artist said maybe the alpha rendering problem,
i'll keep trying.

the renderer is OpenGL(CELayoutEditor) and DX9(my ap).

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Postby CrazyEddie » Sun Sep 28, 2008 13:47

The "AutoScaled" is an attribute that goes in the Imageset definition, it's not a window setting.

For example, you might currently see

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<Imageset Name="TaharezLook" Imagefile="TaharezLook.tga" NativeHorzRes="800" NativeVertRes="600" AutoScaled="true">


This might be changed to

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<Imageset Name="TaharezLook" Imagefile="TaharezLook.tga" NativeHorzRes="800" NativeVertRes="600" AutoScaled="False">


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Postby kili » Tue Sep 30, 2008 01:42

Thanks CE.
This resolved my problem. :D

by the way, it should be "false" :oops:


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