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Option to Force High-res Image Zooming

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Jay
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Currently, images you place on the VTT space, like maps or tokens, don't render at full resolution when the zoom's changed. This is most noticeable if you have a large map or other image file and change the zoom level, causing the entire image to render at a lower resolution and become blurrier. It happens with all files as far as I can tell, but the higher-resolution the image is, the more noticeable the blur gets. I think it'd be nice to have a toggleable option to force images to render at full resolution even when zoomed (at a cost of the end user's resources/performance), especially when dealing with regional or atlas-style maps that might have particularly small text or icons.
Jay said: Currently, images you place on the VTT space, like maps or tokens, don't render at full resolution when the zoom's changed. This is most noticeable if you have a large map or other image file and change the zoom level, causing the entire image to render at a lower resolution and become blurrier. It happens with all files as far as I can tell, but the higher-resolution the image is, the more noticeable the blur gets. I think it'd be nice to have a toggleable option to force images to render at full resolution even when zoomed (at a cost of the end user's resources/performance), especially when dealing with regional or atlas-style maps that might have particularly small text or icons. It depends on the image you upload! The better the image is and the less the blur effect when zooming in, the better it is displayed here in VTT... BUT the Map / image takes longer to load and will be blurred at the start...