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I played with something like this a while ago. Interestingly, I found that my gzip'd table html had a smaller file size than the source png, even after png crush. Though I suspect I was doing something wrong to get a result like that.

http://disruption.ca/code/png2html/




perhaps your resolution when converted is slightly smaller than the original, and thus, after compression, the size is smaller than the source?

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I'm confident that resolutions are identical. I am using colspan and rowspan to do two dimensional run-length encoding, which may account for the difference. Even so, it's a surprising result.

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