Originally Posted by silver18
I could be wrong, but...
As images are embedded in an html page, and as I control width and height of the page and of the images, it shouldn't be needed to convert images using a script...
A bigger image will be treated by those script just like it would inside Komic, and as it will be shrunk, we still need zoom.
To avoid the use of zoom, we need to split a big image in smaller images so that they can be displayed with the correct size on the 600x800 screen.
I hope what I said is true...
I think you are correct, the web browser is doing the scaling.
I suspect you would just be trading "zoom in" for "zoom out" because a program can't tell what part of the image is of interest to the viewer.
Might be better to just leave it up to the user.
Well, with the exception of bordering whitespace.
I think the various tools that come with ImageMagic ('convert' is one of them) includes one that can detect and crop the image of bordering whitespace. I am not sure about that but it sticks in my mind.