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As I get more into creating pages for the Web, I'm realize that I'm
spending an awful lot of time examining tiny GIF icons and pictures that
I've saved (or that Netscape has squirrelled away with bizarre names in its
Can anyone point me toward a graphics tool that would allow:
1. loading and viewing many GIFs at one time
2. easy, on-the-spot renaming of the viewed GIFs
3. marking viewed GIFs for save or discard
I'd also like a pointer toward other listservs more focused on Web work
(image maps, forms, graphics,...etc. I checked Brad Mellenbacher's list,
but my copy is a little old and I found nothing more appropriate than
TECHWR-L on it.
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