Re: jpegs

Wim Osterholt (
Tue, 4 Apr 1995 21:15:46 +0200 (MET DST)


> 1) save the .jpg or .gif file to your home address,

If your action succeeded you'll have files named xxx.GIF or xxx.JPG.

> 2) depending on the nature of the file you may have to unzip it or uudecode
> it(?), and

You may consider the .JPG file as zipped form of .GIF, however you should
not want to decode it. (preferably).

> 3) have available an (external?) viewing program like Paintshop Pro.

Get yourself a decent viewer that can handle all kind of picture formats
(like GIF, JPG, BMP, PCX,,,) and you can look at the pictures without any
'decoding' action.

In DOS you have QPEG, FV, CSHOW and many more viewers. There are also paint
programs that can import several file formats, so you can use it as a

> P.S. I can no longer seem to locate the picture directory that had
> both the gif files and the txt files. Are they on a branch of the
> .../bot/cp_home home page? Thanks again.

Rick doesn't like you to use /browser/modified.html :-)

Regards, Wim.

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