Photoshop.com: Feature of unrestricted and deep image resize option

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I've got very small image: 139 width x 78 height px. That's not original image because original is much bigger, but i don't have the original, my pal has it on pendrive but lost the flash drive - nevermind. When i wanted to resize this image to 1280 x 1024 px the Photoshop.com editor didn't allowed me to do that - the form for typing custom image size was blocking my tries to type bigger width or height than 139 x 78 px.

And now my suggestion: add for Photoshop.com Online Editor feature for resizing even small images to much bigger resolutions with saving as best quality of image as it can be saved. So resized small thumb to huge image should be also devoided of blurred pixels, instead should have them very sharp and high quality.
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Hi, yes, currently the photoshop.com online editor tool does not allow to up-sample images. You could use e.g. Photoshop Elements to do that.
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Ok, but will you enable this feature? If so, when?
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"So resized small thumb to huge image should be also devoided of blurred pixels, instead should have them very sharp and high quality."

Resizing usually needs a lot more pixels to be done cleanly, even with bicubic sharper algorithms.
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I know that. But Photoshop Online can't do that. I don't know how to do that using Photoshop CS 5.1 - tried resize that image (139 x 78 px) to 1280 x 718 px (240 px/inch) and it was blurred too much.

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