Some of our HOPEX created diagrams will need to be exported as images (JPG/PNG).
We're finding that out-of-box resolution of the images is too low.
I have tried to understand how to increase resolution but can not find any info in the documentation.
Any help appreciated.
For context, here are the menu options I'm referring to:
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I have the same issue.
Manipulating SVG files is still a pain today (I am using in office 2016).
It's a good idea to promote up-to-date / new formats but why does MEGA prevent from using exiting ones like JPG/PNG ? The resolution of JPG/PNG is so low that it is useless, it's a shame.
Unfortunately, we are manipulating sensible data that can't be converted with online tools.
Is there any way to increase JPG/PNG quality ?
Please note that SVG format is still far less used that JPG/PNG.
Yes, I've tried SVG. Its a great option to have.
Our use case is to insert HOPEX generated diagrams into Confluence pages.
Seems the answer is there is no way to increase the PNG/JPG resolution from a configuration menu in HOPEX.