Re: HELP: How to increase the resolution of .GIF images when importing to HTML ?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: [mg10476] Re: HELP: How to increase the resolution of .GIF images when importing to HTML ?
- From: "Arie" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 16 Jan 1998 04:35:00 -0500
- Organization: ECN - Energy Research Foundation
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <01bd20f9$11b10000$320d7082@P1350.ecn.nl>
Ooops Jens, please ignore my previous message: It works! Although things seem to go wrong with large formulas, but maybe that's caused by memory shortage. I'm still experimenting :) thanks again, arie Arie <email@example.com> wrote in article <01bd20f9$11b10000$320d7082@P1350.ecn.nl>... > Dear Jens, thanks for your reply on my question! > > I found that the title of my question was not as clear as I thought: > I want to save a Mathematica (Version184.108.40.206x) Notebook (which in my > case only contains formulas and results) as a HTML-file. > My Mathematica does this, but saves the formulas as separate .GIF files > to the HTML-source code with an incredibly low resolution. Now I > followed your suggestion and copied the line > "SetOptions[Display,ImageResolution->2400]" > as the first line in the notebook I wanted to export to HTML. > Then I entered Return to 'notify' Mathematica to 'execute' the command, > but nothing changes really when I save the Notebook as HTML-file. Still > unacceptably low resolution formulas in the HTML page! > > kind regards, > arie > >