I have a printed master password recovery QR code that I have rescanned to .png image. KEY gives an error that recovery image (file?) is too large. That is probably due to the fact that I have scanned the image with too high resolution or have too big borders around the image. What is the correct pixel dimension size of the recovery QR-code image? Naturally it is easy to check from the original image the KEY produced, but I have secure deleted it after printing and can't do it myself and I would need the master password to generate a new image :)
Could someone that has an original image available quickly check the pixel size of the original image.
Maybe it can be with different size. My picture from Android device with 800x892px;
But I feel that your quote about "is too large" about file-size (kb/mb and so). Your .png-file with too large size (more than expected). My picture with 8kb size;
Also I able to suggest next potential workaround (if not possible to 'tinified' your picture):
- scan your printed QR-code with any of QR code scanners.
Result can be with 'long' hash string;
- copy this hash string and convert it to "QR-Code" with any of tools or web-services.
Then save this QR-Code as .png-file. Expected that the size will be with enough view for F-Secure KEY.
// then... when you log-in to F-Secure KEY. Good to re-change your masterpassphrase to fresh one. And re-create Recovery QR-Code for this fresh masterpassphrase. :)
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