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Hi,

The diagrams ( class, component and sequence), dont fit within the browser, the IE browser minimises the diagram in order to fit into the screen, as a result, the image is bad. For the image to appear in full size, a button at the right bottom of the diagram need to be clicked.
Will that be ok ? I am making use of "link" from the html to open up the images in browser, is that ok or do i have to inlude it within the "html" through the "img" tag?

What everyone is doing about this?

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Ajay
 
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Hi Ajay,

I've not submitted yet, but I put my image in an HTML file so that the main file opens this HTML file containing the image. This way, it always shows up in 100% view.

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Dhanan.
 
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I have a similar problem. I have included all images in one html file, but these images don't look good (they become small and hazy), and also the button to expand images doesnt appear if you include images like this. Of course, images can be seen by the examiner separately from the 'diagrams' folder, but how to make the images look good in the same html file?

I also tried making images' width and height as 100% - by this the image size increases but still the image is hazy.

Any help would be good..

Lokesh
 
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When I submitted, I simply included my images as links, realizing that they likely would suffer the same effects. (A few of mine were that big.) I don't think I suffered in my scoring for the occurrence.
 
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If we have it by link, should we put some kind of note for the examiner to click on the expand button that appears in the browser, so that it can appear in full size.
 
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Hi Ajay,
Rather make the image big and readable for the examiner, than making it too small. Don't worry about the size, even if it doesn't fit in the browser. You can give hyperlink from the document to the image.
 
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Hi!

What I have done in JUDE to reduce my diagrams size is:
- Click in zoom out
- Click in Edit/Select All
- Click in Edit/Copy to clipboard
- Open MsPaint
- Click in Edit/Paste
- Save your image

You can zoom in or zoom out the diagram in Jude, copy to MsPaint and see the obtained results. Just try it!

I hope this could work for you. It worked to me. As a additional suggestion, save the image as PNG. Other hint: some better photo editor softwares can save PNG files using less KB. I used Paint Shop Pro, that is a good choice.
 
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