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Could you please place one of these images into a newly created .muse file, upload this .muse file together with the original image to Dropbox or a similar file sharing service and post the download link here? Then we can have a look.
(If this image is private, you can fill it completely with white or black.)
While curating this forum I came across your thread.
Just wanted to follow up on your issue weather has it been resolved by any way?
If not, then please do share us your .muse file as asked by our expert above so we can help fixing your issue.
Sorry about the delayed reply, a commission turned up.
This is a .muse file created by copying my entire website and then whittling it down to one portfolio with a slideshow where I have included a few images – some which display the problem and some which don’t. This is the link:
I have discovered a workaround where I make the original image two pixels bigger in both dimensions – and this seems to have the desired effect.
Let me know if you need anything else.
If you read my post (answer 1) exactly, you will see, that your file doesn’t help to solve the issue.
Without one original image, the asset panel only shows question marks and no HiDPI indicators – what is clear and expectable: How should Muse find out, if the (not present) asset has the required pixel dimensions?
- reduce your slide show to only one image, to save download and analysing time, just as I asked for in my answer posting, and
- add the original image (as I asked for too).
Otherwise support won’t be possible.
By the way: If we are talking about 1 or 2 pixels, which make the difference, you are probably dealing with mathematical rounding errors. Upsize the image in question by 1, 2 px, and you are done.
As I said (and you’ve already discovered: Reduce the image size by 1 single pixel and all works fine. The „2x“ indicator will appear at once in the „Assets“ next to the image name.
This is a typical – and sometimes unavoidable – mathematical rounding error. In image editing you have in many situations to live with this.
One more information:
Your .muse file has about 300 MB(!!). If you delete the phone and tablet pages, the page and browser backgrounds, the images used in graphic styles and the upload files, the file has a really handy size of 1,6 MB.
Really don’t know, why such large files are send to us to investigate. Preparing the files for helpers – especially if literally requested – should be a matter of course. Simply call it cooperation …
Thanks for your help.