Are you maybe importing from another application? I notice that SnagIt
seems to use 96dpi. If I collect a screenshot to the clipboard using
snagit, then paste it into a new FW doc, the default is 96 dpi. This can be
changed when the new doent is created, at which point the pixel count is
whats important to retain.
For display purposes it really doesn't matter... 1 pixel is 1 pixel, however
if you're working with something that might be printed (eg a web page), then
you should use one or the other so that they are proportional when printed.
"spirit" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:bi9vjh$lie$1forums.macromedia.com...now and then I find that they're 96dpi.> Most of the time my final exports of jpegs and gifs are 72dpi. But everysomething (dozens every day) but I can't figure out why this happens.>
> Why ?
> I really don't want to have to go back and check every time I exportartwork....>
> On the other hand it doesn't seemt o make any difference to the>
> Very puzzled.