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I figure it will be a bunch of JPEGS....(more) (archive)

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Posted by Tom M. on June 10, 1999 at 05:18:09:

In Reply to: Yes, but . . . posted by ArnieC on June 09, 1999 at 22:01:18:

: If the CD contains graphics files (JPEG, BMP, etc) there's no problem. If the CD has a PC graphic viewer application, the Mac will see it on the disc, but not run it. You'll need a Mac graphics app (ideally) to view the graphics. Netscape will display the graphics in a browser window, but it's cumbersome (open/close one at a time) - Arn

...I might add a shareware viewer like Paint Shop Pro but I figure most people will have their own.

So I guess a PC format CD ROM with a bunch of .JPG files would be "MAC friendly"?

Tom M.

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