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* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von "Mark W. McBride, President" an All am 12.09.
"W> I'm not sure this is feasible but ... have you thought of
"W> scaling the
"W> bitmaps and then wiping out the illegible portions of texts and
"W> retyping them in?
you can do that for one bitmap or perhaps for ten. But not for a larger
project where you have some more bitmaps and do every single one at least
times, because the software developers decided in their wisdom to change the
windows over and over again.
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