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A stupid question

 
Tanveer Ahmad
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Hi All,
Please dont mind, after designing the sequence diagram (using StarUML) and exporting it in a JPG format I could only see some blurr lines and some unreadable words (in MS picture viewer).

My question is what should be the minimum resolution of the image.
Say, if I upload my diagrams for review, will the guy evaulating my assignment put some effort to zoom in to the image to see it clearly?

Thanks
Tanveer
 
Theodore Casser
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There are few stupid questions - if you're asking it and it's serious, you're likely not the only one who wonders about it.

I'd resize it so that your grader doesn't have to zoom. You want to make it easy for them to read it without effort - since this section is subjectively graded, you don't want to annoy the grader any more than you have to.
 
Jeevan Sunkersett
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How exactly should one resize it?

I have linked mine from the index.html to open in a new browser window.

But in Windows XP, IE 7,
The image is not readable as is.
If the mouse pointer is on the imagge it changes to a "Magnifying glass" which when clicked zooms up the picture to be readable.

(however with both horizontal and vertical scroll bars)

Is the grader expected to do this and use the scroll bars to view the entire image?

~g1
 
Jeevan Sunkersett
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Found that IE behaves in this way (shows a compressed image with cursor as magnifying glass) only if opening a IMAGE (the URL in address bar ends with .GIF/ .JPG/...)

If it ends with .HTML the image shows up as is.

So embed (using img tag, inside the <html, <body) the pictures in an HTML and provide links from the main index.html to these HTML instead of the images directly.

`g1
 
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