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QuoteToday, "dpi" can also be used to mean printer droplets per inch (for inkjet printers) or maybe pixelsper inch (for photo files and full-color devices just like displays, photographic output devices,and also dye sublimation printers). Quite simply, it doesn't make reference to a single standard unit ofmeasure. That is the seriously confusing situation to get a lot of people.
QuoteNow, that being said, people say "DPI" when they really mean "PPI" all the time — so much so that it has become an established convention that you have to put up with (Apple, Microsoft and Adobe have all been guilty of this improper usage). The important thing is to be able to know whether someone is referring to actual DPI or really means PPI.
QuoteStill waiting for help on this one. Does anyone else have the answer? I'm desperate now.