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Subject:Graphics in CD ROM-published Frame docs From:"Sarah T. Harris" <STH -at- ALPHA -dot- SUNQUEST -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 6 May 1996 09:29:17 -0700
We are publishing our library of Frame-authored
documents on CD ROM. In quality-testing the books,
we find differences in the speed at which the
graphics display (redraw) on different DOS systems.
Usually it's an unacceptably slow rate.
The books contain a mix of eps, wmf, and bmp files.
Our customers will view the documents via FrameReader.
1. What graphics file format are you using in Frame
for CD ROM publishing?
2. What's the optimal file format for online publishing?
3. Should I expect more consistent performance, or will
varying print drivers inevitably display at different rates?
Thanks for any advice you can provide,
Sarah Harris -- sth -at- alpha -dot- sunquest -dot- com
Sunquest Information Systems Inc.
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