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Big Snip


Usually when you send pictures they just appear in Netscape. This bunch 
is just a bunch of text (uuencode or whatever). How do I display this... 
Why did previous pictures display without intervention on my part... Do 
I need a plug-in, shareware....

Thanks...  ...Jeff

[ NOTE: I'm replying publicly because others may have this problem, and
  it may help them too.

  I believe that the problem may lie in the format of the images.  They
  are gifs.  Gifs are a proprietary format that is owned by compuserve.  
  If you produce software that handles the format, there may be license 
  fees or royalties.  This is probably why netscape doesn't display them.

  I say this because I always send out uuencoded files, and because I 
  have previously sent out jpeg format images, which are a format that 
  has no associated royalties.

  I could send out the images again in uuencoded jpeg format if you wish.

  -- Chip ]