I have a document that has a background I'm making in Photoshop, and a foreground I'm making in Inkscape. The document size is A1, 300dpi, which in pixels is 7016X9933.
I want to be able to move back and forth between the two applications, which means I want to keep the document sizes consistent.
Exporting a PNG from Inkscape and importing it to Photoshop is no problem. In the export dialogue you can set the pixel size and dpi, and everything is fine.
But, if I import a 7016X9933 document into Inkscape, even though my Inkscape document properties are set to be A1 size, the imported PNG comes out way over the page size. Apparently this is because Inkscape defaults to rendering everything in the interface at a print resolution of 90dpi.
This is a massive headache, because it means resizing the imported PNG at every time, and increases the odds of human error.
Is there any way I can make it so that Inkscape displays an imported 300dpi image within a 300dpi context?