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I want to show an image on my gui, but my problem is that my image is 60 pixels high, but the gui where it should be shown is 600 pixels high. so the image is blurred and everything. Can I fix that somehow? Like in photoshop, change that it repeats the pixels instead of blurring it.

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Edano

i doubt that any application is capable to tenfold the pic dimensions. only one pixel out of ten is original. and the rest ??? random ???

not possible afaik

E.

a funny idea: get the color of every pixel of your pic and color a corresponding 10x10 px label in your gui :)

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UEZ

Do you want to scale the image to fit to your GUI and show the image without interpolation?

Can you show an example how it should look like?

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