Graphics in CD ROM-published Frame docs

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

Greetings techwhirlers.

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.

My questions:

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
Technical writer
Sunquest Information Systems Inc.
Tucson AZ

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