Paperless provides an editor window, which makes it possible to make changes to library items such as rotating- and cropping pages.
When a library item is edited with the integrated editor window, the resolution of the library item appears to be reduced after editing.
- Why is this?
- What can be done to work around it?
When a library item is edited with the integrated editor window, the resolution of the library item may appear to be reduced after editing.
Why is this?
When a library item is edited in the Paperless integrated editor window, its resolution is reduced to 72 DPI (or dots per inch).
What can be done to work around this?
It should be possible to edit library items without changing their resolution by selecting an external viewer application and using it (instead of the integrated viewer window. We provide steps to set an external viewer application in this knowledge base article.
Instead of using the integrated editor window to edit library items, view the library items (to open them in the external viewer application).