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4.1.6: JPEG quality can not be changed #180

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MJacal opened this Issue Jun 28, 2016 · 7 comments

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MJacal commented Jun 28, 2016

In Preferences, Save, JPEG Options, Quality, the default value, 85, can not be changed in this version (at least for me). Converting works normally, and comparison of file size of exported files at same resolution confirms, that *_lzn.jpg files seem to be always saved with quality 85. Changing "Resize to" option doesn't affect this behaviour.

Tested on Windows 7/64 and on an Ubuntu Studio 16.04/64 virtual machine.

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Photonoxx Jun 28, 2016

Same issue here with Ubuntu 16.04 64bits

I can use the slide to modify the JPEG quality value, but if I confirm settings and go back to see which value is set, 85 is always come back.

Photonoxx commented Jun 28, 2016

Same issue here with Ubuntu 16.04 64bits

I can use the slide to modify the JPEG quality value, but if I confirm settings and go back to see which value is set, 85 is always come back.

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MJacal Jun 29, 2016

On an win7/64 virtual machine with LightZone 4.1.0~rc1 installed, in registry, under
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JavaSoft\Prefs\com\lightcrafts\ui\export]
I found the value
<com.lightcrafts.image.export./Quality/Option value=\"92\"\\>/u000d/u000a
which is the value of jpeg quality, set in settings.
On my current PC with LZ 4.1.6 installed, this setting is missing.

MJacal commented Jun 29, 2016

On an win7/64 virtual machine with LightZone 4.1.0~rc1 installed, in registry, under
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JavaSoft\Prefs\com\lightcrafts\ui\export]
I found the value
<com.lightcrafts.image.export./Quality/Option value=\"92\"\\>/u000d/u000a
which is the value of jpeg quality, set in settings.
On my current PC with LZ 4.1.6 installed, this setting is missing.

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MarinnaCole Jul 9, 2016

I have experienced this while working on adding additional options. It seems if I only collapse the "advanced options" and expand it the setting remains but this is not a static value system wide. Was planning to look at this further later.

MarinnaCole commented Jul 9, 2016

I have experienced this while working on adding additional options. It seems if I only collapse the "advanced options" and expand it the setting remains but this is not a static value system wide. Was planning to look at this further later.

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merlinemrys Jul 12, 2016

Same issue with LZ 4.1.6 on Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit. Is the only workaround to Convert the image? This can be quite a hassle, especially when processing multiple images.

merlinemrys commented Jul 12, 2016

Same issue with LZ 4.1.6 on Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit. Is the only workaround to Convert the image? This can be quite a hassle, especially when processing multiple images.

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MJacal Jul 12, 2016

I have temporarily switched to small 1024 px lzn images (at least they save faster), batch-converting them at the end of the "session".

MJacal commented Jul 12, 2016

I have temporarily switched to small 1024 px lzn images (at least they save faster), batch-converting them at the end of the "session".

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ktgw0316 Jul 13, 2016

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git bisect shows that the first bad commit is cd506b3.

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ktgw0316 commented Jul 13, 2016

git bisect shows that the first bad commit is cd506b3.

@ktgw0316 ktgw0316 self-assigned this Jul 13, 2016

@ktgw0316 ktgw0316 closed this in afe662e Jul 26, 2016

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merlinemrys Jul 26, 2016

Can your patch be applied to my current version 4.1.6 of LZ for Linux, and if so, how do I do this? Or will I have to wait for a new version of LZ to be released?

merlinemrys commented Jul 26, 2016

Can your patch be applied to my current version 4.1.6 of LZ for Linux, and if so, how do I do this? Or will I have to wait for a new version of LZ to be released?

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