Re: Callouts in Graphics
First of all, it was Unisys who were demanding the royalties,
which were for the LZW compression algorithm that
Compuserve used when they developed the GIF format.
(Compuserve didn't realize that the algorithm was patented.)
If Compuserve really did try to collect royalties (and some say
that this is an urban myth) it was only because Unisys was
collecting royalties from them.
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Re: Callouts in Graphics: From: Fred Ridder
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