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[filmscanners] Re: dpi - formerly PS sharpening



But Ken, you've missed the whole point of that posting... it is because
this poster's purpose for living is to correct all the minutia(e) that
doesn't conform with his reality.  With that in mind, you'll certainly
now understand the full value of that edification.

Basically worthless to most everyone else's reality...

Be prepared for another posting where he will complain that this posting
"doesn't belong" on this list because it doesn't have any scanner
content and only is a "personal attack" and "cheap shot".  This same
poster, of course, will not admit that his own original posting is just
a "personal attack" and "cheap shot" on another poster, because he hides
his hostility behind the guise of "correcting" certain individuals.

Art

Ken Durling wrote:

> On Thu, 15 Aug 2002 18:33:15 -0400, you wrote:
>
>
>>What on earth are you talking about?  Where do you set the DPI of the scan?
>>
>
>
> I'm not Anthony, but on every piece of scanning software I've owned -
> all three of them!  ;-)   (HP, CanoScan and Vuescan)  Even Vuescan
> calls it dpi.  I'm aware, from reading www.scantips.com that ppi is
> perhaps the correct terminology, but dpi seems to be standard usage.
>
>
> Ken
>


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