Hello, I've recently started using Adobe Muse, and I am making something with images.
How could I make it that when someone opens the image in a new tab by right clicking, it opens the full resolution image and not the pre-cropped one that Muse saves?
If you can't - what could an alternative be?
What do you mean exactly with the "full resolution"? Full screen image?
That could be done with a slideshow set to/as a lightbox.
Muse uses exactly the resolution you give it to. Muse does not crop or pre-crop images.
I should have been more clear - let me try and describe an example of what I want to do
Lets say I have a 1920x1080 raw image, but I don't want it to have that same resolution on the page itself, so I scale it down a little. But, I do want it to retain the same resolution (1920x1080) that I imported it in, when I either click on it (with the Lightbox widget) or a right click - open in a new tab. Hope that's more understandable!
You just put in your image in that resolution you want it to be shown. The thumb however, uses of course a smaller resolutíon but your lightbox image should show up fine on bigger screens. As soon as you set your target (grey area with the image) to the size of your muse-canvas AND let those double arrows show outside you´ll have a responsive lightbox gallery showing up.
Watch the file, if you like:
fotoroeder, he is looking for this:
He places a big image in a image container, which is smaller than the original image.
If someone right clicks onto this image in a browser and opens the image in a separate browser window, he wants the original image (not the downsized one) to be displayed.
This normally is not possible, because Muse always and inevitably optimises images, when they aren’t placed in their original size.
The only way to achieve this, is by linking the placed image to the original file, using the „Hyperlinks/Link to File …“ command.
Thank you both very much!