Re: Line Above Screen *.GIF File

Subject: Re: Line Above Screen *.GIF File
From: "Frick, Geri" <Geri -dot- Frick -at- PSS -dot- BOEING -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 1 Feb 1999 07:17:39 -0800

Someone here had the same problem, but was using a different program. Maybe the cause is the same. When he resized the gif, just slightly, the line went away.

Good luck,

Geri Frick
Technical Communicator
Delivery Systems Certification & Training
The Boeing Company

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> From: Daruwala Rohina-ind295[SMTP:Rohina_Daruwala-ind295 -at- EMAIL -dot- MOT -dot- COM]
> Reply To: Daruwala Rohina-ind295
> Sent: Sunday, January 31, 1999 9:18 PM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Line Above Screen *.GIF File
> Hi All,
> Can someone please help. I am converting my manual from Frame 5.5 in UNIX to
> HTML. Everything seems to convert fine except ALL my screen shots get a line
> above it when it is converted to a gif file and it appears on the web with a
> line above it. Any idea as to why it appears there?? I have looked in the
> HTML source and there is nothing there as this line appears to be a part of
> the image. I have looked in the *.CSS file too nothing there either.
> I would like to remove the line that appears on the top of the screen shot.
> If anyone has any ideas please email me.
> Thanks
> Rohina
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