Re: SCREENSHOTS FOR SOFTWARE ON UNIX?

Subject: Re: SCREENSHOTS FOR SOFTWARE ON UNIX?
From: JALnd -at- AOL -dot- COM
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 1996 13:49:54 -0500

>Stephen Victor wrote:
>>
>> You can then use xv to convert the files to gif format for use on a PC.
>> At least I think you can...it's been a while since I used xv.

>Scratch xv. Use Image Tool instead. You can convert image files to and
>from several PC formats, including GIF, JPEG, and TIFF.

I'm still using xv. I'll have to look into Image Tool.

The gif files created in xv do not always port well to my Windows 95 machine.
Frame, especially, seems to have problems with them. My solution is to
Import the xv generated gif file into Corel Xara! and then Export it as gif.
Seems silly, I know, but it always works.

Julia Land
jalnd -at- earthlink -dot- net


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