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I'm missing something here. I hope we aren't stuck in a case of circular reasoning, but we very well may be.
You display an image, which you then wish to capture in some manner.
How did that image get displayed in the first place? Does that not require it already to live in an image file somewhere?!
Honestly, I don't see that there's any issue to be resolved.
Instead of mixing an existing high-res image with, say, text and then capturing (at unacceptable res) the whole thing, has it occurred to you to just post the original image, and then display the attendant text next to it or beneath it? It seems to me that you are getting lost in the details of an assumed solution rather than thinking about what you have right in front of you.
I am completely lost. I didn't understand that you were CREATING artwork, but that you STARTED with high-res artwork and are concerned that--when displaying that with other surroundings--you somehow feel that you need to save that back out as low-res rather than just constructing your to-be-displayed content on the fly from high-res graphic plus whatever else.
I'm not here to argue about your $5. Your original question is, frankly, indicative TO ME that you should not be building Web pages, and I prefer not to get blue in the face explaining the patently obvious.
you should be able to EXPORT a quark document as either jpg or png
file / export as image
that should eliminate the need to take screen shots.
there are a lot of pdf to jpg converters out there.
have you tried exporting as pdf and then converting it?
adobe indesign is also supposed to read quark formats and export jpg. But that program costs about 20 bucks a month.
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