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At 07:58 PM 7/22/01 -0400, you wrote: >At 10:13 PM -0400 2001/07/21, Sdmey4@aol.com wrote: >>If your sending the Mac Pc files >>then you must send Jpegs or save the file in Mac format. > >Untrue - PC files received on most Macs are read easily. TIFF, JPEG, >BMP, etc are easily handled by Photoshop or GraphicConverter. Macs >handle files from the PC platform without trouble. The reverse is not >true though. Mac users have to be careful to prepare files for access >on a PC. In what way, may I ask? I have shared JPGs with Mac users on many occasions (I'm on a PC.) For TIFF, there is the issue of byte-ordering, but I believe most decent applications recognize the byte order and handle the file properly, regardless. The only issue I've seen, on occasion, is that Mac users don't need to concern themselves with filename extensions. This can of course create confusion if said files are sent to a PC. rafe b. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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