|Ummm. Correct. You would get lots of "mktexpk warning: mismatched mode
and base resolution, ignoring mode", and an image that is probably way
too large. Ok, it might be better to just output a warning when using --mfmode without --bdpi.|
This would be the relevant RELEASE info:
This release changes the -D (resolution) option to specify the
_output_resolution_ rather than the previous _base_resolution_.
Changing output resolution from the default 100 dpi will now only need
the -D option, as dvipng now calculates the required magnification and
thus can render PK fonts suitable for any output resolution. There is
no need anymore to specify by hand the base resolution, the Metafont
mode, the quality, and the magnification.
If you really want to use a Metafont mode different from the default
`cx' mode, the separate --bdpi option is used for specifying the
corresponding base resolution.
In short, choosing the output resolution has become simple even when
using PK fonts (but remember, the created PK fonts are normally cached
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