Converting 72 dpi to 300 dpi

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Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

Regards.
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none
May 8, 2004
In article ,
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote:

Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.

yes
G
Graytown
May 8, 2004
You could always try software such as S-Spline to increase the resolution…. Not as good as the original, but pretty effective in tough situations

Rohit


http://www.graytown.ca
Design – Photography – Hospitality Marketing Solutions

"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.
S
SHANE
May 8, 2004
the image will not look that good when done……….. look for something else
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.
EG
Eric Gill
May 8, 2004
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
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Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

"Still" and "considered" do not belong in that sentence

And the answer is yes.
I
imaspy
May 8, 2004
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.

there are some nice software programs going around the at the moment.

however

detail CANNOT be invented where no detail previously existed. end of story unfortunately.
BW
Ben Woodward
May 8, 2004
Without more info on your end, it’s impossible to answer accurately (I’m surprised everyone else has already jumped the gun to inform you it’s flat-out impossible).

If the lo-res image you have has enough pixels in it, you’ll be fine. Increase the "resolution" to 300 ppi without resampling and you’ve got a print-quality image that will print perfectly, albeit at about 1/3 the final print size of the original. If that’s okay with what you need it for, you’re good to go.

If, on the other hand, you need a final image size that’s closer to the original image size, or even larger, you might be out of luck. I’ve had *some* luck in the past tweaking lo-res images with a combination of Gaussian Blur, "pumping pixels" into the image (increasing the res and resampling), and then Unsharp Masking (in that order). It has limited capabilities, but depending on your image and it’s ultimate end use, you might get somewhere with it…

Good luck.

Ben W.

Toronto Web Designer wrote:
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.
R
Rob
May 8, 2004
Go to Image, Image Size…, untick Resample Image, and type in 300 pixels/inch. Of course, ppi/dpi has no relevence whatsoever unless the images are intended for print output or layout at 100% scale, and thus can be previewed accurately to size.

"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.
T
torontowebdesigner
May 8, 2004
Eric Gill …
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
news::

Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

"Still" and "considered" do not belong in that sentence

Are you pointing out a grammar flaw? If you are, it would be productive and positive to point out exactly why it’s a flaw. Otherwise, what is the point to mention it?
T
torontowebdesigner
May 8, 2004
"imaspy" …
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.

there are some nice software programs going around the at the moment.

Cool. 🙂

I believe I have found a simple production method that requires no additional programs. Having said that, I want to know if anyone is interested in testing my method and reporting back to the newsgroup. Any takers? It’s free!
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 8, 2004
Hi Ben,

Thanks for the response!

"Ben Woodward" wrote in message
Without more info on your end, it’s impossible to answer accurately (I’m surprised everyone else has already jumped the gun to inform you it’s flat-out impossible).

So am I but everything is *impossible*, didn’t you know? 😉 I was very interested to see if the consensus was that it was still impossible (as a local Web group was very skeptical of my findings) or if I was just one of a few who knew that it’s no longer impossible and probably hasn’t ever been impossible. 🙂

If the lo-res image you have has enough pixels in it, you’ll be fine.

Interesting

(snip)…and you’ve got a print-quality image that will print perfectly,
albeit at about 1/3 the
final print size of the original.

I have a fix for that. Email me (check the headers for the address) and I will tell you how to solve that one.

If, on the other hand, you need a final image size that’s closer to the original image size, or even larger, you might be out of luck.

Ben, I’m impressed! That’s all I’m going to say. hehe

…(snip)… It has limited capabilities, but depending on your image and
it’s ultimate end use, you
might get somewhere with it…

That’s awesome! Thanks. 🙂 I’m not much of a mathematical (pixels) wizard, so I appreciate your thoughts quite a bit!

I have found another method for original size matching. I haven’t figured out a way to make it larger than the original size without doing what you suggested above (although I will certainly play around with that method). Hopefully it will come to me in a dream. lol

Good luck.
Thank you. Email me (yahoo.ca) for another solution(free! grin).
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 8, 2004
"Rob" wrote in message
Go to Image, Image Size…, (snip)

Thanks Rob. I will try that method. If you want to know of another one, just email me. Cheers!
EG
Eric Gill
May 8, 2004
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
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Eric Gill wrote in message
news:…
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
news::

Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

"Still" and "considered" do not belong in that sentence

Are you pointing out a grammar flaw?

No.

If you are, it would be
productive and positive to point out exactly why it’s a flaw. Otherwise, what is the point to mention it?

"Still" presumes this situation may change. It will not.

"Considered" implies it is a matter of opinion. It is not.
V
Voivod
May 8, 2004
On 8 May 2004 09:55:53 -0700, (Toronto Web
Designer) scribbled:

Eric Gill …
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
news::

Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

"Still" and "considered" do not belong in that sentence

Are you pointing out a grammar flaw? If you are, it would be productive and positive to point out exactly why it’s a flaw. Otherwise, what is the point to mention it?

he’s pointing out that those two words are extraneous and that the task IS impossible.
B
borowski
May 8, 2004
Was the image shot with a digital camera?

I read that a resized digital photo reproduces better if you increase the resolution at 10% increments rather than at 100%.

I’ve never tried it, don’t know if it’ll work for you.

Best of luck!
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 8, 2004
Hi Eric,

"Still" presumes this situation may change. It will not.

"Considered" implies it is a matter of opinion. It is not.

Thank you for responding.

I’m one of those people who think there is possibility in everything. There was a time that my spirit wasn’t as creative and I was racking my brain trying to figure out how to be *more* creative. Finally, through an epiphany, I found that it was my judging brain that was holding me back. These days, while I still judge, I’m much more open to possibilities and phrases like, "can’t do it", "impossible". "that’s silly" and "no way" are
pushed away from my thought processes.

What is a fact? At one point it was a fact that the world was flat. It was also a fact that flight was impossible. Facts are fleeting. Opinions are ever flowing.

Ben W. and others are on the mark. We have found methods to overcome this problem. It IS possible to do that conversion process! Now, if you want to argue why it isn’t possible, that’s certainly a worthy venture and we could all learn quite a bit from such a discussion but then it won’t be truly productive or objective until the flipside is discussed as well. Why IS it possible?

Regards.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 8, 2004
Hiya!

"wavy~dave" (snip) wrote in message
Was the image shot with a digital camera?

Nope.

I read that a resized digital photo reproduces better if you increase the
resolution at 10% increments rather than at 100%.

I believe that could work. I’m not mathematically skilled ;however, intuitively I get this feeling that digital photos would produce a better result.

Best of luck!

Thanks! 🙂

btw, are you in the Toronto area?
V
Voivod
May 8, 2004
On Sat, 8 May 2004 14:34:31 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

We have found methods to overcome this
problem.

Yet oddly, you won’t publicly disclose those methods…
EG
Eric Gill
May 8, 2004
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in
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Hi Eric,

"Still" presumes this situation may change. It will not.

"Considered" implies it is a matter of opinion. It is not.

Thank you for responding.

<plonk>
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 8, 2004
"Voivod" wrote in message
On Sat, 8 May 2004 14:34:31 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

We have found methods to overcome this
problem.

Yet oddly, you won’t publicly disclose those methods…

You are kidding, right? hehe. There are two designers who did disclose their methods. I haven’t disclosed mine but have offered mine in return for their kindness and generosity. I’m past giving away trade secrets while remaining poor! lol

I will do a test for you if you like (just send me an image you want converted and I will do it for free), I have already offered that and for others I will give away my method. But I’m not about to get ripped off by a whole bunch of newsgroup opportunists. *grin* I help the community in other ways. This, apparently, is a trade secret. And as someone else mentioned (and given what I got in my mailbox), there is software hitting the shelves to do the conversion process. I don’t need to use additional software though.

My suggestion is for people to consider this as a possibility and to: a) either work towards finding a method that works or b) employing those that can do it but stop telling clients it’s impossible – because it isn’t impossible! My *real* business name is not listed here, I’m not here to solicit business (although that’s always nice to get), and there are others who can do what I do. I was here to ask a simple question: Do people think this is *still* impossible? The answer: most people do *think* it is impossible. I’m quite thankful that there are those who were giving of their resources to tell me of their methods and in return I will give them my methods.

There is no progress or innovation in thinking things are impossible. Instead, tell us exactly why you think it’s impossible and if one has a skeptics mind, also work towards understanding why something IS possible.

In other words, if someone says something is impossible, don’t follow the herd – beat to your own drum.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 8, 2004
"Eric Gill" wrote in message
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in
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Hi Eric,

"Still" presumes this situation may change. It will not.

"Considered" implies it is a matter of opinion. It is not.

Thank you for responding.

<plonk>

That’s not a good sign Eric. I’m thinking Miss Congeniality right now. 😉
R
Roberto
May 8, 2004
It’s always been possible.

It’s called "resampling". 🙂

To "upsample" a low-res image to a higher one offers no advantage, UNLESS further post-processing work is undertaken. Kai Krause has some awesome techniques based around this for cleaning up line art.

JD

http://www.unleash.com/jeffh/

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 8, 2004
"Jeff H." wrote in message
It’s always been possible.

Well, I’m glad a few people are coming out of the woodwork. I was beginning to think I was some freak of nature but history tells me that when I come up with something, someone else has too – it’s that old collective unconscious thing. 😉

I’m still baffled about how many people think this is impossible. I was totally laughed out of a group for suggesting it was possible. Damn skeptics. *wink*

(snip)

Thanks JD. I will look into that, maybe that will help further develop my methods because I’m not very mathematically oriented, in other words, I have no idea why my method works – it just does! hehe

Cheers! I love this opening quote to your bio/articles/howto’s: "Break the rules and push the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite to the limits with unorthodox techniques" Right on!

P.S. My method doesn’t use resampling techniques but perhaps my method IS utilizing resampling.
A
Aratzio
May 8, 2004
Poor Eric, he thinks things stay the same for all time.

hahahaha.

Does your Sun still rotate around your little world?

hahahaha.

in article , Eric Gill at
wrote on 05/08/2004 10:58 AM:

(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
news::

Eric Gill wrote in message
news:…
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
news::

Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

"Still" and "considered" do not belong in that sentence

Are you pointing out a grammar flaw?

No.

If you are, it would be
productive and positive to point out exactly why it’s a flaw. Otherwise, what is the point to mention it?

"Still" presumes this situation may change. It will not.
"Considered" implies it is a matter of opinion. It is not.
SP
Sebastian Po
May 8, 2004
Voivod…
Both you and Eric are pompous bigots if you insist interpolation cannot be achieved from 96 to 300 dpi. Every day of the year (Sundays excepted) The boys and girls at F-stop labs in Brisbane Australia (and no doubt Durst operators around the world) use interpolation to print photographs at 400 dpi from 100 dpi files on Durst Lambda digital photo printers.

Actual proof that a 100 dpi file can in fact be interpolated up to 400 dpi with minimal loss of information. http://www.technoaussie.com/judgment.htm Certainly viewed at a comparable distance, there is no appreciable difference between this photo and the original file sized at it’s original dimensions and 400 dpi.

When you and Eric Gill wake up one morning and discover that the world has magically transformed into a sphere and people are really standing on the edge of it without falling off, you might both begin to realize that nothing is forever.
Douglas
————————

"Voivod" wrote in message
On 8 May 2004 09:55:53 -0700, (Toronto Web
Designer) scribbled:

Eric Gill wrote in message
news:…
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
news::

Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

"Still" and "considered" do not belong in that sentence

Are you pointing out a grammar flaw? If you are, it would be productive and positive to point out exactly why it’s a flaw. Otherwise, what is the point to mention it?

he’s pointing out that those two words are extraneous and that the task IS impossible.
U
ued
May 8, 2004
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in
message
I believe that could work. I’m not mathematically skilled ;however, intuitively I get this feeling that digital photos would produce a better result.

Why a digital photo should give better results than a high definition scanned image from a large format film or printed image?

ued
B
borowski
May 9, 2004
No, I’m in Winnipeg, that’s why I’m so nice (joking).
btw, are you in the Toronto area?
EG
Eric Gill
May 9, 2004
Aratzio wrote in news:BCC29B0E.FD4A9%
:

Poor Eric, he thinks things stay the same for all time.

Informational thermodynamics certainly does.

Do a web search for the big words, puddin’.

hahahaha.

Does your Sun still rotate around your little world?

Feel better?

Good.

hahahaha.

Now, why don’t you turn mommy’s computer off before you drool into the keyboard and short it out again, hmm?

in article , Eric Gill at
wrote on 05/08/2004 10:58 AM:

(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
news::

Eric Gill wrote in message
news:…
(Toronto Web Designer) wrote in
news::

Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

"Still" and "considered" do not belong in that sentence

Are you pointing out a grammar flaw?

No.

If you are, it would be
productive and positive to point out exactly why it’s a flaw. Otherwise, what is the point to mention it?

"Still" presumes this situation may change. It will not.
"Considered" implies it is a matter of opinion. It is not.

R
rosserx
May 9, 2004
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.

This works ok. If you squint it looks really good.
http://www.extensis.com/pxlsmartscale/index.html?ref=hp


ra
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
Hi ued,

"ued" wrote in message
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in
message
I believe that could work. I’m not mathematically skilled ;however, intuitively I get this feeling that digital photos would produce a
better
result.

Why a digital photo should give better results than a high
definition
scanned image from a large format film or printed image?

I don’t know. As I said, I just have a feeling that it does. 🙂 My feelings are often correct. I wish I could help you out further.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
lol. Well, Canadians do have a sense of humour. :p And yes, you do seem nice. Have a great day!
No, I’m in Winnipeg, that’s why I’m so nice (joking).
btw, are you in the Toronto area?
EG
Eric Gill
May 9, 2004
"Sebastian Po" wrote in
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Voivod…
Both you and Eric are pompous bigots

Don’t lump me in with drooling boy. And don’t use words you don’t understand.

if you insist interpolation
cannot be achieved from 96 to 300 dpi. Every day of the year (Sundays excepted) The boys and girls at F-stop labs in Brisbane Australia (and no doubt Durst operators around the world) use interpolation to print photographs at 400 dpi from 100 dpi files on Durst Lambda digital photo printers.

Actual proof that a 100 dpi file can in fact be interpolated up to 400 dpi with minimal loss of information.
http://www.technoaussie.com/judgment.htm

You mean the picture the page says was made with a medium format camera with professional grade film and scanned at 4800 dpi?

http://www.technoaussie.com/review_4870.htm

And the page says nothing at all about ‘interpolation.’

Stop insulting your own intelligence.

<snip>
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
Well yes, I know I have been plonked (a word used by Usenet children when they are having a tantrum)… lol

Informational thermodynamics certainly does.

What makes you an expert on this subject matter and how does it relate to this discussion? You seem inclined to deliver asinine responses instead of contributing productively to the discussion. And do you think we are morons?

Here’s the bottom line: it IS possible to do this type of conversion. There are verifiable, in your face, by thine eye, results. Now, if you want to dissect and analyze why you do or do not believe it can work, well that’s a new and valuable discussion, now isn’t it? If you are worth your salt, won’t you knock it off and enlighten us?

Gotta[sic] love Usenet. 🙂

P.S. Removed the post to alt.stupidity to spare the flaming dolt from embarrassment! :p
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
Voivod…
Both you and Eric are pompous bigots

Don’t lump me in with drooling boy. And don’t use words you don’t
understand.

(snip)

Stop insulting your own intelligence.

Do you realize what you are saying?

You ARE a pompous bigot, aren’t you? Voivod was standing up for you and then you kick them down – brilliant… *shakes head*

There is no end to Usenet insanity. 🙂
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
(snip)

This works ok. If you squint it looks really good.
http://www.extensis.com/pxlsmartscale/index.html?ref=hp

Thanks. 🙂

If you squint, it looks really good? *giggles* Are you serious or making a *funny*? In other words, is this product crap? Would you have an example of output by any chance?

I find two things interesting: a) that it’s a PS plug in and b) that it came out just around the time I made my own discovery (utilizing the collective unconscious theory and synchronicity). Just to mention, I use my method through PS, so this gives me the impression that there’s something already available that makes this happen and if one knows the *trick or process*, then one can get the same result without additional software. Also, I had not found a way to scale up beyond the original dimensions so this product is interesting.

Anyway, thanks a bunch for the info and contemplations!
OT
Ozman Trad
May 9, 2004
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear

(write that down)
B
borowski
May 9, 2004
Agreed. But a true creative would try before concluding that he or she couldn’t…

On Sun, 09 May 2004 05:50:49 GMT, "Ozman Trad" wrote:

"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?

you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear

(write that down)
SP
Sebastian Po
May 9, 2004
I understand exactly what a bigot is and you fit that description perfectly Eric.
You really are a narrow minded person too. If you looked around you’d learn a few things and stop making an idiot out of yourself. The following is from the Fstop Lab’s instructions for getting large prints made:

Resolution – The Lambda is capable of imaging up to 400dpi (continuous-tone resolution is effectively 4000dpi when compared to half-tone reproduction). Lower resolution files can be interpolated using the Lambda’s advanced interpolation algorithm and still achieve excellent results. Use the guide below when preparing your images –

Image Sizes Resolution
up to A3 (420x297mm) 300/400dpi
up to A0 (841x1189mm) 200dpi
larger than A0 100dpi

Now I don’t know if you know that a 5 foot wide print is larger than A0 of even if you know what A0 size really is. You certainly dont demonstrate having a clue about print quality. It matters not what resolution I scanned the image at but the resolution of the file I supplied for the print. Maybe you ought to stick to simple things Eric? You sure as hell haven’t got a clue when it comes to getting salable output from small files.

Douglas
———————

"Eric Gill" wrote in message
"Sebastian Po" wrote in
news:k6cnc.27838$:

Voivod…
Both you and Eric are pompous bigots

Don’t lump me in with drooling boy. And don’t use words you don’t understand.

if you insist interpolation
cannot be achieved from 96 to 300 dpi. Every day of the year (Sundays excepted) The boys and girls at F-stop labs in Brisbane Australia (and no doubt Durst operators around the world) use interpolation to print photographs at 400 dpi from 100 dpi files on Durst Lambda digital photo printers.

Actual proof that a 100 dpi file can in fact be interpolated up to 400 dpi with minimal loss of information.
http://www.technoaussie.com/judgment.htm

You mean the picture the page says was made with a medium format camera with professional grade film and scanned at 4800 dpi?

http://www.technoaussie.com/review_4870.htm

And the page says nothing at all about ‘interpolation.’

Stop insulting your own intelligence.

<snip>
EG
Eric Gill
May 9, 2004
"Sebastian Po" wrote in
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I understand exactly what a bigot is and you fit that description perfectly Eric.

Well, I advised you to stop insulting your own intelligence, and, as they say, no good deed goes unpunished.

You really are a narrow minded person too.

How would this excuse you from backing up your claims?

If you looked around you’d
learn a few things and stop making an idiot out of yourself. The following is from the Fstop Lab’s instructions for getting large prints made:

Cut to the chase. You do not have a methodology for actually increasing resolution, but all this yack-yack boils down to increasing viewing distance, period. This still doesn’t make a 96 dpi image 300 dpi.

Welcome to reality. Wishingful thinking and spewing infantile insults won’t change it a bit.

<snip>
BM
Ben Measures
May 9, 2004
wavy~dave wrote:
I read that a resized digital photo reproduces better if you increase the resolution at 10% increments rather than at 100%.

You’re pulling legs, right?


Ben M.
BM
Ben Measures
May 9, 2004
Toronto Web Designer wrote:
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.

I don’t think it has ever been considered impossible to resample/resize a 72dpi image to 300dpi.

The impossibility here is in resizing a 72dpi to 300dpi with the same quality as an original 300dpi – it is very difficult to extrapolate extra imaging information. The best you can do is to sharpen or clean up edges and lines (without introducing blocking or other noise).


Ben M.
EG
Eric Gill
May 9, 2004
Ben Measures wrote in
news:Hsrnc.15414$:

wavy~dave wrote:
I read that a resized digital photo reproduces better if you increase the resolution at 10% increments rather than at 100%.

You’re pulling legs, right?

Actually, this is correct, though it applies to any digital image.

Interpolation tends to produce ugly artifacts faster if you jump in large increments. Blow the same image up in smaller increments and you get more softening than blotchiness, at least for a while. Do a web search and you’ll find a number of Photoshop actions for this.

Difference between just plain ugly and mediocre. Eventually the image degrades to unuseable, and the methodology will certainly not make a 96 ppi image into a 300 ppi image.
BM
Ben Measures
May 9, 2004
Eric Gill wrote:
Ben Measures wrote in
news:Hsrnc.15414$:

wavy~dave wrote:

I read that a resized digital photo reproduces better if you increase the resolution at 10% increments rather than at 100%.

You’re pulling legs, right?

Actually, this is correct, though it applies to any digital image.
Interpolation tends to produce ugly artifacts faster if you jump in large increments. Blow the same image up in smaller increments and you get more softening than blotchiness, at least for a while. Do a web search and you’ll find a number of Photoshop actions for this.

Difference between just plain ugly and mediocre. Eventually the image degrades to unuseable, and the methodology will certainly not make a 96 ppi image into a 300 ppi image.

Well I come from a mathematical background, and if there’s any advantage in incremental blowups in Photoshop then it’s because its algorithms aren’t implemented correctly.


Ben M.
OT
Ozman Trad
May 9, 2004
"wavy~dave" wrote in message
Agreed. But a true creative would try before concluding that he or she couldn’t…

OH Ive tired.. but that was 15 years ago and I have sinced moved on
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
(snip)
Welcome to reality. Wishingful thinking and spewing infantile insults
won’t change it a bit.

If only you didn’t throw the first insult, I wouldn’t find this statement hypocritical. 🙂 …and there’s nothing wrong with wishful thinking… wishful thinking is about possibilities and that leads to invention and innovative ways of doing things… get with the program! (grin)
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
(snip)

The impossibility here is in resizing a 72dpi to 300dpi with the same quality as an original 300dpi – it is very difficult to extrapolate extra imaging information. The best you can do is to sharpen or clean up edges and lines (without introducing blocking or other noise).

Hi Ben,

I have done this conversion and with excellent results. 🙂 Oddly, no one has taken me up on the offer of doing a free test for them.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
"Ozman Trad" wrote in message
"wavy~dave" wrote in message
Agreed. But a true creative would try before concluding that he or she couldn’t…

OH Ive tired.. but that was 15 years ago and I have sinced moved on

Well, if that’s the case – you have given up. All well and good but that doesn’t mean that because you couldn’t do it that no one else can. Your original comment seemed to suggest accepting things as is but that isn’t how my brain works.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 9, 2004
(snip)

Well I come from a mathematical background, and if there’s any advantage in incremental blowups in Photoshop then it’s because its algorithms aren’t implemented correctly.

Please excuse my mathematical ignorance… If the "algorithms aren’t implemented correctly" and there’s an advantage to that happening, isn’t that a good thing? Doesn’t that make it "correct"? I’m a bit confused.
NS
n8 skow
May 9, 2004
Photoshop features a couple different resamping algorithms (bicubic and bilinear) though there are several other methods…

n8

Well I come from a mathematical background, and if there’s any advantage in incremental blowups in Photoshop then it’s because its algorithms aren’t implemented correctly.


Ben M.
NS
n8 skow
May 9, 2004
Why don’t you take the initiative and post a couple images for download (one at 72dpi, and one with your ‘magic’ resampling at 350dpi)?

Then challenge us to see if we can tell the difference?

n8

I have done this conversion and with excellent results. 🙂 Oddly, no
one
has taken me up on the offer of doing a free test for them.
SF
Saint Firk
May 9, 2004
Way down deep in the middle of the congo, Toronto Web Designer and a hippo took an apricot a guava and a mango. Stuck it with the others and he danced a dainty tango…

Are you pointing out a grammar flaw? If you are, it would be productive and positive to point out exactly why it’s a flaw. Otherwise, what is the point to mention it?

Still = variable / factual.

Considered = subjective / opinion.


Dale,
www.oxygenkiosk.net
Now playing: Winamp stopped
OT
Ozman Trad
May 9, 2004
"n8 skow" wrote in message
Why don’t you take the initiative and post a couple images for download
(one
at 72dpi, and one with your ‘magic’ resampling at 350dpi)?
Then challenge us to see if we can tell the difference?

he wont because it cant be done – SURE anyone can resample an image, but lets see the QUALITY. MAybe a sow’s purse from a sow’s ear, but not a silk one.
V
Voivod
May 9, 2004
On Sun, 9 May 2004 14:34:45 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

(snip)

The impossibility here is in resizing a 72dpi to 300dpi with the same quality as an original 300dpi – it is very difficult to extrapolate extra imaging information. The best you can do is to sharpen or clean up edges and lines (without introducing blocking or other noise).

Hi Ben,

I have done this conversion and with excellent results. 🙂 Oddly, no one has taken me up on the offer of doing a free test for them.

Oddly you’ve still not posted your method for doing so…. wonder why that is….
Z
zuuum
May 9, 2004
I was just going to add… you have to just give it a try to know what a particular image will finally look like. If it is the only solution, definitely try it and judge after you have the sample.

"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in
message
(snip)

The impossibility here is in resizing a 72dpi to 300dpi with the same quality as an original 300dpi – it is very difficult to extrapolate extra imaging information. The best you can do is to sharpen or clean up edges and lines (without introducing blocking or other noise).

Hi Ben,

I have done this conversion and with excellent results. 🙂 Oddly, no
one
has taken me up on the offer of doing a free test for them.

B
borowski
May 9, 2004
Ok, nice of you to admit your failure as a graphic designer. I’ll move on to one who knows better…

On Sun, 09 May 2004 17:39:51 GMT, "Ozman Trad" wrote:

"wavy~dave" wrote in message
Agreed. But a true creative would try before concluding that he or she couldn’t…

OH Ive tired.. but that was 15 years ago and I have sinced moved on
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
Still = variable / factual.

Considered = subjective / opinion.

Have you read the whole thread? We already reviewed that. Look here: http://groups.google.com/groups?q=g:thl4106711116d&dq=&a mp;hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe =UTF-8&selm=VK9nc.54060%243Q4.1410901%40news20.bellgloba l.com

🙂 Some people have set their posts to x-no-archive I imagine as a lot of posts are missing from the Google archives.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
OK. Give me an image to work with! 🙂

"n8 skow" wrote in message
Why don’t you take the initiative and post a couple images for download
(one
at 72dpi, and one with your ‘magic’ resampling at 350dpi)?
Then challenge us to see if we can tell the difference?
B
borowski
May 10, 2004
To try to settle the argument, I’d suggest that people try as many techniques as possible and see what works for them. Technologies change all the time, so there’s always room to explore possibilities.

And if a photo doesn’t look "professional" after resizing, why not run with it and use the distortions creatively as part of your design (much as the lines of a television screen can be used for creative effect)?

I’m surprised and disappointed by the downright nastiness of some of the posts to this enquiry. Regardless of one’s design skill level or opinion, I’m a believer in professionalism and etiquette in this industry, and I haven’t always seen that applied in these posts.

On 7 May 2004 21:55:25 -0700, (Toronto Web
Designer) wrote:

Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
Oddly you’ve still not posted your method for doing so…. wonder why that
is….

Well if you read what I had to say to your last comment of the same sentiment, you would know… tsk tsk…

Here it is for you AGAIN. 🙂

http://groups.google.ca/groups?q=g:thl535829892d&dq=&amp ;hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=U TF-8&selm=AFanc.54604%243Q4.1419526%40news20.bellglobal. com
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
(snip)
Regardless of one’s design skill level or opinion, I’m a believer in
professionalism and etiquette in this industry, and I haven’t always seen that applied in these posts.

Agreed. Usenet can be a strange wasteland of dirt OR a playground of up-lifting colour. Certain people play like children and they are very unlikely to see that they are behaving this way. Oh well! It truly is their loss.
OT
Ozman Trad
May 10, 2004
"wavy~dave" wrote in message
Ok, nice of you to admit your failure as a graphic designer. I’ll move on to one who knows better…

ZCUSE ME ? it’s a design failure to not be able to make a low res graphic look good in HR? Maybe YOU aught to look up what design MEANS you hack
OT
Ozman Trad
May 10, 2004
"wavy~dave" wrote in message

And if a photo doesn’t look "professional" after resizing, why not run with it and use the distortions creatively as part of your design

LAME REASONING – apparantly you havent worked in the ‘REAL" world , pfffffffffffffft

I’m surprised and disappointed by the downright nastiness of some of the posts to this enquiry. Regardless of one’s design skill level or opinion, I’m a believer in professionalism and etiquette in this industry, and I haven’t always seen that applied in these posts.

How Ironic after calling me a ‘failed designer’? Sounds like sour grapes from a design wannabee hack –
What are you some kind of frustrated prep-house film-chaser?
B
borowski
May 10, 2004
See example of unprofessional loser below.

On Mon, 10 May 2004 00:59:09 GMT, "Ozman Trad" wrote:

"wavy~dave" wrote in message

And if a photo doesn’t look "professional" after resizing, why not run with it and use the distortions creatively as part of your design

LAME REASONING – apparantly you havent worked in the ‘REAL" world , pfffffffffffffft

I’m surprised and disappointed by the downright nastiness of some of the posts to this enquiry. Regardless of one’s design skill level or opinion, I’m a believer in professionalism and etiquette in this industry, and I haven’t always seen that applied in these posts.

How Ironic after calling me a ‘failed designer’? Sounds like sour grapes from a design wannabee hack –
What are you some kind of frustrated prep-house film-chaser?
OT
Ozman Trad
May 10, 2004
"wavy~dave" wrote in message
See example of unprofessional loser below.

Plonk Off film boy
H
Hecate
May 10, 2004
On Sun, 09 May 2004 09:40:23 GMT, "Sebastian Po" wrote:

I understand exactly what a bigot is and you fit that description perfectly Eric.
You really are a narrow minded person too. If you looked around you’d learn a few things and stop making an idiot out of yourself. The following is from the Fstop Lab’s instructions for getting large prints made:
Resolution – The Lambda is capable of imaging up to 400dpi (continuous-tone resolution is effectively 4000dpi when compared to half-tone reproduction). Lower resolution files can be interpolated using the Lambda’s advanced interpolation algorithm and still achieve excellent results. Use the guide below when preparing your images –

Image Sizes Resolution
up to A3 (420x297mm) 300/400dpi
up to A0 (841x1189mm) 200dpi
larger than A0 100dpi

Now I don’t know if you know that a 5 foot wide print is larger than A0 of even if you know what A0 size really is. You certainly dont demonstrate having a clue about print quality. It matters not what resolution I scanned the image at but the resolution of the file I supplied for the print. Maybe you ought to stick to simple things Eric? You sure as hell haven’t got a clue when it comes to getting salable output from small files.
There are several things you’re missing there. The main one being that as the size of the output increases, the actual resolution required goes down. Why? Because of the viewing distance. Try printing something at A4 at 100 dpi and look at it from a normal viewing distance. Then do the same with A0 and look at that from a normal viewing distance. I guarantee that, at the appropriate viewing distance, the A0 example will look far better than the A4 example.



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
H
Hecate
May 10, 2004
On Sun, 09 May 2004 15:44:27 +0100, Ben Measures
wrote:

wavy~dave wrote:
I read that a resized digital photo reproduces better if you increase the resolution at 10% increments rather than at 100%.

You’re pulling legs, right?

No, absolutely correct. It’s known as Stair Interpolation and you can get a good and cheap Photoshop plug in which does this from Fred Miranda at www.fredmiranda.com



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
V
Voivod
May 10, 2004
On Sun, 9 May 2004 20:21:56 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

Oddly you’ve still not posted your method for doing so…. wonder why that
is….

Well if you read what I had to say to your last comment of the same sentiment, you would know… tsk tsk…

Here it is for you AGAIN. 🙂

http://groups.google.ca/groups?q=g:thl535829892d&dq=&amp ;hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=U TF-8&selm=AFanc.54604%243Q4.1419526%40news20.bellglobal. com

Nice broken link… good old Outhouse Express…

So basically you’re saying that if someone says something’s impossible say it’s not but then run away when you’re asked ‘how’. Is that what you’re saying?
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
(snip)

Nice broken link… good old Outhouse Express…

Given the sheer brilliance you seem to emulate, I was certain you could patch this link together. My apologies for making such an assumption.

So basically you’re saying that if someone says something’s impossible say it’s not but then run away when you’re asked ‘how’. Is that what you’re saying?

My writing capabilities and original query seem to be lacking in clarity since it’s painfully obvious you can not read what I’m saying. Therefore, I will not repeat and/or rephrase my message again. It’s unfortunate that my intellect is nowhere near yours and I do hope you enjoy the rest of day.
I
imaspy
May 10, 2004
I have done this conversion and with excellent results. 🙂 Oddly, no
one
has taken me up on the offer of doing a free test for them.

look, so you’ve found yourself a way to do it. great. good for you. but seriously, it seems nobody could really care… so why keep running around telling everyone like a kid with a new bike at christmas?!? time to move on.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
look, so you’ve found yourself a way to do it. great. good for you. but seriously, it seems nobody could really care… so why keep running around telling everyone like a kid with a new bike at christmas?!? time to move
on.

Wouldn’t you say it’s time for you to move on? I’m not running around. I’m fielding questions and responses and discussing things. It takes one or more to tango, I’m not talking to myself. lol

And yes, when someone says what I propose is impossible, I will flatly disagree. I think you and some others are having some problems with this – that’s unfortunate. To me, this indicates a lack of confidence, amongst other things.

One person asked me to demonstrate and I said OK. Now, they or someone else can give me an image to work with and we can talk about it or we can all move on. But telling me to stop discussing this is a bit silly and childish don’t you think?. At the same time, I don’t have all day for such bush beating (no presidential pun intended).

Give me an image to demonstrate. In other words, poop or get off the pot with your naysaying and stalling – it’s THAT simple. 🙂
WA
Wilder and Wilder
May 10, 2004
I have some prints from that company. Some A3 in size some larger. The larger ones look just the same as the smaller ones and they all came from the same files (200 dpi).
W&W

"Hecate" wrote in message
On Sun, 09 May 2004 09:40:23 GMT, "Sebastian Po" wrote:

I understand exactly what a bigot is and you fit that description
perfectly
Eric.
You really are a narrow minded person too. If you looked around you’d
learn
a few things and stop making an idiot out of yourself. The following is
from
the Fstop Lab’s instructions for getting large prints made:
Resolution – The Lambda is capable of imaging up to 400dpi
(continuous-tone
resolution is effectively 4000dpi when compared to half-tone
reproduction).
Lower resolution files can be interpolated using the Lambda’s advanced interpolation algorithm and still achieve excellent results. Use the
guide
below when preparing your images –

Image Sizes Resolution
up to A3 (420x297mm) 300/400dpi
up to A0 (841x1189mm) 200dpi
larger than A0 100dpi

Now I don’t know if you know that a 5 foot wide print is larger than A0
of
even if you know what A0 size really is. You certainly dont demonstrate having a clue about print quality. It matters not what resolution I
scanned
the image at but the resolution of the file I supplied for the print.
Maybe
you ought to stick to simple things Eric? You sure as hell haven’t got a clue when it comes to getting salable output from small files.
There are several things you’re missing there. The main one being that as the size of the output increases, the actual resolution required goes down. Why? Because of the viewing distance. Try printing something at A4 at 100 dpi and look at it from a normal viewing distance. Then do the same with A0 and look at that from a normal viewing distance. I guarantee that, at the appropriate viewing distance, the A0 example will look far better than the A4 example.


Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
R
Roberto
May 10, 2004
I’ve seen some plug-ins that are said to enable 1600% upsampling ‘with minimum loss of detail’, blah-blah… The thing is, that would mean that we could all save photos in 72dpi (if we are not too picky) and upsample them only when we need hi-res images. That I find hard to believe…

The level of detail that a 72dpi image covers is simply and mathematically insufficient to recover the detail neded to produce a decent 300dpi image.

If you downsample a 300dpi image to 72dpi, you lose some detail. Something that was there is no longer there. So, unless computers have become really imaginative, there’s no way upsampling can produce something that is NOT there, right? If I’m wrong then it’s about time I retired.

"Eric Gill" wrote in message
Ben Measures wrote in
news:Hsrnc.15414$:

wavy~dave wrote:
I read that a resized digital photo reproduces better if you increase the resolution at 10% increments rather than at 100%.

You’re pulling legs, right?

Actually, this is correct, though it applies to any digital image.
Interpolation tends to produce ugly artifacts faster if you jump in large increments. Blow the same image up in smaller increments and you get more softening than blotchiness, at least for a while. Do a web search and you’ll find a number of Photoshop actions for this.

Difference between just plain ugly and mediocre. Eventually the image degrades to unuseable, and the methodology will certainly not make a 96
ppi
image into a 300 ppi image.
I
imaspy
May 10, 2004
Wouldn’t you say it’s time for you to move on?

from what?

It takes one or
more to tango, I’m not talking to myself. lol

heh, nope you arent 🙂

And yes, when someone says what I propose is impossible, I will flatly disagree.

if you know otherwise, good for you. i’d do the same.

I think you and some others are having some problems with this –
that’s unfortunate. To me, this indicates a lack of confidence, amongst other things.

i really have no problem with this at all. i wouldn’t like you to assume things about me, fair enough i replied to all this saying it cant be done, to the best of my knowledge. if i am wrong, so be it, i’m an open minded person and will not argue. but don’t start attacking my character (lack of confidence?!)

One person asked me to demonstrate and I said OK. Now, they or someone
else
can give me an image to work with and we can talk about it or we can all move on.

but i already suggested that. you’ve said it’s possible, end of topic?

But telling me to stop discussing this is a bit silly and childish
don’t you think?

why? it just becomes monotonous.

At the same time, I don’t have all day for such bush
beating (no presidential pun intended).

so why reply at such great length to every post in this thread? it only looks to others like you have more than enough time. but anyway.

Give me an image to demonstrate. In other words, poop or get off the pot with your naysaying and stalling – it’s THAT simple. 🙂

like i said, im happy for you if you know how to do it. i never actually said you COULDN’T… i just said move on.

which i am about to do. can you follow?! 🙂
R
Roberto
May 10, 2004
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in
message
"Jeff H." wrote in message
It’s always been possible.

[sic]

I’m still baffled about how many people think this is impossible. I was totally laughed out of a group for suggesting it was possible. Damn skeptics. *wink*

Hey, I’m a skeptic! *wink back* But can you tell me one thing:

First of all, I do believe that upsampling is possible… But you seem to be talking about something much bigger than simple upsampling. Actually, what people here find hard to believe is that upsampled images at 300dpi (from 72/96dpi) can be of any use.

There are number of techniques that enable us to upsample 72dpi images to 300dpi, but there’s quite a bit of work to be done afterwards in order to make those images "work", and they are NEVER as good as images that were scanned at 300 or more dpi. If you agree with me, then there’s no misunderstanding. 🙂

I’ve seen plug-ins that use much more sophisticated maths in order to upsample an image. So, I guess the results are bit better than a number of resampling techniques. However, I don’t believe a 300dpi scan can be called obsolete, yet.

Just remember the never-ending debate about copyrighted images: "Is a 50dpi copy of a photo (same print size) subject to copyright laws given the amout of detail such an image is capable of reproducing?"

[sic]
R
Roberto
May 10, 2004
Despite the tone of this post, I do think it would be a good idea if "Toronto Web Designer" could post a few example for our viewing pleasure. Err…please. 🙂

"n8 skow" wrote in message
Why don’t you take the initiative and post a couple images for download
(one
at 72dpi, and one with your ‘magic’ resampling at 350dpi)?
Then challenge us to see if we can tell the difference?

n8

I have done this conversion and with excellent results. 🙂 Oddly, no
one
has taken me up on the offer of doing a free test for them.

V
Voivod
May 10, 2004
On Mon, 10 May 2004 15:51:39 +1000, "imaspy"
scribbled:

I have done this conversion and with excellent results. 🙂 Oddly, no
one
has taken me up on the offer of doing a free test for them.

look, so you’ve found yourself a way to do it. great. good for you. but seriously, it seems nobody could really care… so why keep running around telling everyone like a kid with a new bike at christmas?!? time to move on.

Because he’s lying.
SF
Saint Firk
May 10, 2004
Way down deep in the middle of the congo, Toronto Web Designer and a hippo took an apricot a guava and a mango. Stuck it with the others and he danced a dainty tango…

🙂 Some people have set their posts to x-no-archive I imagine as a lot of posts are missing from the Google archives.

I have ‘x-no-archive yes’ turned on ^_^

I’ve been away for a bit and my Newsreader kinda messed up all the threading when I downloaded new headers!

Thanks for the link though 🙂


Dale,
www.oxygenkiosk.net
Now playing: Winamp stopped
I
iforte
May 10, 2004
I occasionally use Genuine Fractals for this. The results vary. I’ve used it for maps and photos. It’s a PS extension. Google for a free demo download.

"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
Because he’s lying.

I’m honoured you consider me a man! 🙂
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
(snip)

I think you and some others are having some problems with this – that’s
unfortunate. To me, this indicates a lack of confidence, amongst other things.

i really have no problem with this at all. i wouldn’t like you to assume things about me, fair enough i replied to all this saying it cant be done, to the best of my knowledge. if i am wrong, so be it, i’m an open minded person and will not argue. but don’t start attacking my character (lack of confidence?!)

Hey, would you consider _this_ an attack: "but seriously, it seems nobody could really care… so why keep running around
telling everyone like a kid with a new bike at christmas?!?"? I know I
did. One doesn’t need to put a "word" onto a defintion for me to figure out what that word *might* mean. Your string of words could have been summed up into any one of these words: childish, silly, pompous, arrogant, etc. etc.

So, when I made reference to the "confidence", it was based on what this and your whole post. I said to myself, "Hrmmm… This person probably doesn’t seem to have much confidence if they are saying what they are saying.". Now, that doesn’t mean my observation or analysis is fact. I could be totally totally wrong. I don’t know you from a bean in a haystack! lol And I said that sort of talk indicates to me a lack of confidence in general. But… but _this reply_ of yours indicates to me that you do have the ability to be courteous.

(snip)

but i already suggested that. you’ve said it’s possible, end of topic?
Well, sure we can end the topic – why aren’t you asking anyone else too? Like I said, I’m not talking to myself! lol

But telling me to stop discussing this is a bit silly and childish don’t
you think?
why? it just becomes monotonous.

Yes, it does. It’s very annoying when people don’t read what I say and then repeat their statement again. As is this post to tell me not to post. 🙂 There’s something called a "killfile" and selective reading. 🙂

At the same time, I don’t have all day for such bush beating (no
presidential pun intended).
so why reply at such great length to every post in this thread?
It seems as if you are not reading either. I DON’T reply to EVERY post at great length. Only a few or less.

it only looks to others like you have more than enough time. but anyway.

To _only_ look like that seems to be a bit of a narrow analysis. There are several more reasons why I would post at great length to any one person and it doesn’t have to do with having more than enough time. In fact, it has more to do with patience and it’s been used up at this point. 🙂

Give me an image to demonstrate. In other words, poop or get off the
pot
with your naysaying and stalling – it’s THAT simple. 🙂

like i said, im happy for you if you know how to do it. i never actually
said you COULDN’T… i just said move on.

Sure, since it seems there’s a lot of fence sitting and no one actually wants to see the proof in the pudding, I’ll be on my way. Remeber my original query was:

"Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?"

And from that simple and concise sentence a whole bunch of crap surfaced. I wasn’t _trying_ to prove anything until the naysayers wanted proof but then never followed through with the request. Oh well! This is Usenet. 🙂

which i am about to do. can you follow?! 🙂

OK. I’m not much of a follower but I do make the exception when it’s painfully obvious that the request is the best course of action. Cheers!
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
Just to note, I’m not offering proof at this point because it seems no one is interested in following through with their request, I really don’t have the patience to flip back and forth through naysaying while waiting for a potential follow through and I’m realizing it’s likely to just draw more unproductive skepticism anyway.

Naysay or not. My original query was if people thought this was _still considered impossible_ and I have my answers: "Yes", "Yes, it’s impossible and always will be!", "Maybe", "Yes!" "It’s possible. There’s this software
program that can do it with a _good_ result", "Yes, it can be done without additional software" and a subthread about digital imaging methods.

The few that said it could be done without additional software are the ones that I _know_ can do it because of what they said. While their methods are somewhat different from my own and I have an additional step to bring it to the next level, they are on the right track. To them, I suggest further testing and/or send me an email and I will give you my solution. And let the force be with you…. 🙂

I probably won’t post as Toronto Web Designer again unless it could be of a questionable (i.e. sales solicitation) nature to the newsfroup[sic]. The last thing I want is to destroy a valid and ethical thread because of issues surrounding perceived lack of credibility.

Additionally, I appreciate all the responses I got (I hope others were able to get something productive and positive out of it too) and will be happy to continue to see more but as imaspy indicated, it’s a dead thread in the proof department, therefore, I’m out of here!

Regards to all and thanks for the contemplations and Usenet sparring!

"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in message
Hi,

Is converting a low resolution bitmap image (72/96 dpi) to a high resolution (300 dpi/ppi) bitmap image still considered impossible?
Regards.
V
Voivod
May 10, 2004
On Mon, 10 May 2004 14:11:20 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

The last thing I want is to destroy a valid and ethical thread because of issues surrounding perceived lack of credibility.

You’ve already blown that by stating you could do something and then refusing to say how.
OT
Ozman Trad
May 10, 2004
"Voivod" wrote in message
On Mon, 10 May 2004 14:11:20 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

The last thing I want is to destroy a valid and ethical thread because of
issues
surrounding perceived lack of credibility.

You’ve already blown that by stating you could do something and then refusing to say how.

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll
TW
Toronto Web Designer
May 10, 2004
(snip)

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

What’s your definition of a troll?

Got to love the "it" pronoun. I always wonder about the psychological stability of those who refer to other humans as "its". Intriguing really. Maybe that’s part of the reason for such pathetic discourse often found on Usenet. Or maybe they are referring to intersex as an "it". Who knows? As I have just said, intriguing. 🙂
B
borowski
May 10, 2004
Fair enough. I can respect the opinions of all those who claim this can’t be done.

Please kindly send all clients you turn away because of your claims to me, and I’ll be more than happy to accomodate them (assuming, of course, you have any clients).

On Mon, 10 May 2004 19:37:41 GMT, "Ozman Trad" wrote:

"Voivod" wrote in message
On Mon, 10 May 2004 14:11:20 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

The last thing I want is to destroy a valid and ethical thread because of
issues
surrounding perceived lack of credibility.

You’ve already blown that by stating you could do something and then refusing to say how.

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll
BM
Ben Measures
May 10, 2004
Toronto Web Designer wrote:
(snip)

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

What’s your definition of a troll?

Got to love the "it" pronoun. I always wonder about the psychological stability of those who refer to other humans as "its". Intriguing really. Maybe that’s part of the reason for such pathetic discourse often found on Usenet. Or maybe they are referring to intersex as an "it". Who knows? As I have just said, intriguing. 🙂

Wow, look at this troll-template I found:
I have a brilliant new way of [insert some fantastic claim], however I won’t tell anybody how it is done, or confirm/deny other peoples guesses. Instead I will repeatedly post [the fantastical claim] without proof or refutes to counterclaims.

Look, if you won’t give an indication of how it is done you’re not benifiting anyone. You’ve already made your announcement, now be quiet, and either:
1. Disappear, or;
2. Patent your method, get rich, and laugh in our faces (like we’ll care).

Now for some peace and quiet.


Ben M.
A
Aratzio
May 10, 2004
in article rPTnc.20729$, Ben Measures at
wrote on 05/10/2004 4:00 PM:

Toronto Web Designer wrote:
(snip)

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

What’s your definition of a troll?

Got to love the "it" pronoun. I always wonder about the psychological stability of those who refer to other humans as "its". Intriguing really. Maybe that’s part of the reason for such pathetic discourse often found on Usenet. Or maybe they are referring to intersex as an "it". Who knows? As I have just said, intriguing. 🙂

Wow, look at this troll-template I found:
I have a brilliant new way of [insert some fantastic claim], however I won’t tell anybody how it is done, or confirm/deny other peoples guesses. Instead I will repeatedly post [the fantastical claim] without proof or refutes to counterclaims.

Look, if you won’t give an indication of how it is done you’re not benifiting anyone. You’ve already made your announcement, now be quiet, and either:
1. Disappear, or;
2. Patent your method, get rich, and laugh in our faces (like we’ll care).
Now for some peace and quiet.

There are other options. He can continue to flaunt his ability and little goofballs like you can continue to cry about it.
A
Aratzio
May 10, 2004
Ozie is just jealous of your ability and skill.

in article , wavy~dave at
wrote on 05/10/2004 4:00 PM:

Fair enough. I can respect the opinions of all those who claim this can’t be done.

Please kindly send all clients you turn away because of your claims to me, and I’ll be more than happy to accomodate them (assuming, of course, you have any clients).

On Mon, 10 May 2004 19:37:41 GMT, "Ozman Trad" wrote:

"Voivod" wrote in message
On Mon, 10 May 2004 14:11:20 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

The last thing I want is to destroy a valid and ethical thread because of
issues
surrounding perceived lack of credibility.

You’ve already blown that by stating you could do something and then refusing to say how.

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll
OT
Ozman Trad
May 11, 2004
"Aratzio" wrote in message
Ozie is just jealous of your ability and skill.

PLONK – another troll in the killfile

FYI I have worked as a designer for 17 years. I have worked for various ad agencies and marketing departments and have produced national award winning work at the gold and silver level. I have worked on national and international brands such as Disney, Maglite, Hasbro, Tomy, Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Gordon Biersch to name a few. I have artwork that has been published in Raygun and Buzz Magazines. I have graphic design work that has appeared in the movies ‘LA Story’, ‘Pacific Heights’ and ‘The Rocketeer’. I current feelance making a comfortable living working 10-20 hours a week.

I don’t have to be jealous of anyone’s ability and skill.
BN
Bill Newton
May 11, 2004
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in
message
Snip …..

Got to love the "it" pronoun. I always wonder about the psychological stability of those who refer to other humans as "its". Intriguing
really.
Maybe that’s part of the reason for such pathetic discourse often
found on
Usenet. Or maybe they are referring to intersex as an "it". Who
knows? As
I have just said, intriguing. 🙂

Hello there Toronto Web Designer. I’ve read your responses to the numerous post’s generated by your original posting and have formed the belief that you are a lot smarter and better educated than many of those folk who crossed verbal swords with you.

Are you a Troll? Who cares?? I certainly don’t.

Your post generated an interesting exchange, and surely that’s the raison d’etre of Newsgroups!

Despite your post to the contrary, may I suggest that you do continue posting as ‘Toronto Web Designer’, thus giving all those folks who were irritated by your good humoured banter, the opportunity to easily identify you and take you on again. We could do with some good humoured and informed exchanges to lighten up this group.

Look forward to reading more of your stuff.

Regards.

Bill Newton.
B
borowski
May 11, 2004
Gee, and you still manage to find the time to be an asshole…

On Tue, 11 May 2004 00:12:31 GMT, "Ozman Trad" wrote:

"Aratzio" wrote in message
Ozie is just jealous of your ability and skill.

PLONK – another troll in the killfile

FYI I have worked as a designer for 17 years. I have worked for various ad agencies and marketing departments and have produced national award winning work at the gold and silver level. I have worked on national and international brands such as Disney, Maglite, Hasbro, Tomy, Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Gordon Biersch to name a few. I have artwork that has been published in Raygun and Buzz Magazines. I have graphic design work that has appeared in the movies ‘LA Story’, ‘Pacific Heights’ and ‘The Rocketeer’. I current feelance making a comfortable living working 10-20 hours a week.

I don’t have to be jealous of anyone’s ability and skill.
EG
Eric Gill
May 11, 2004
Aratzio wrote in
news:BCC55D8E.FE102%:

in article rPTnc.20729$, Ben
Measures at wrote on 05/10/2004
4:00 PM:

Toronto Web Designer wrote:
(snip)

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

What’s your definition of a troll?

Got to love the "it" pronoun. I always wonder about the psychological stability of those who refer to other humans as "its". Intriguing really. Maybe that’s part of the reason for such pathetic discourse often found on Usenet. Or maybe they are referring to intersex as an "it". Who knows? As I have just said, intriguing. 🙂

Wow, look at this troll-template I found:
I have a brilliant new way of [insert some fantastic claim], however I won’t tell anybody how it is done, or confirm/deny other peoples guesses. Instead I will repeatedly post [the fantastical claim] without proof or refutes to counterclaims.

Look, if you won’t give an indication of how it is done you’re not benifiting anyone. You’ve already made your announcement, now be quiet, and either:
1. Disappear, or;
2. Patent your method, get rich, and laugh in our faces (like we’ll care).

Now for some peace and quiet.

There are other options. He can continue to flaunt his ability and little goofballs like you can continue to cry about it.

As soon as he can flaunt his ability, I’m sure that will happen. All he’s done so far is flaunt his ability to run his mouth.
CJ
Carol J
May 11, 2004
in article PTUnc.59360$, Ozman Trad at
wrote on 05/10/2004 5:12 PM:

"Aratzio" wrote in message
Ozie is just jealous of your ability and skill.

PLONK – another troll in the killfile

I don’t have to be jealous of anyone’s ability and skill.

Blah Blah Blah

CJ
Carol J
May 11, 2004
in article , Eric Gill at
wrote on 05/10/2004 5:40 PM:

There are other options. He can continue to flaunt his ability and little goofballs like you can continue to cry about it.

As soon as he can flaunt his ability, I’m sure that will happen. All he’s done so far is flaunt his ability to run his mouth.

And all you have done is flaunt your ability to cry.
V
Voivod
May 11, 2004
On Mon, 10 May 2004 22:58:48 -0700, Carol J <**.com> scribbled:

–MS_Mac_OE_3167074729_1125624_MIME_Part
Content-type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII"
Content-transfer-encoding: quoted-printable

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Re: Converting 72 dpi to 300 dpi</TITLE> </HEAD>
<BODY>

Turn off the fucking HTML, this is usenet, not the web.
R
Roberto
May 11, 2004
Actually, what people here find hard to believe is that upsampled images at 300dpi (from
72/96dpi) can be of any use.

*** They certainly can… especially when cleaning up greyscale lineart. The general thought seems to be that 72 ppi bitmaps are "always" useless for print… but if that’s all the artist is given, sometimes great artistic effects can be applied to the image after resampling higher. This can "save" the image for some purpose such as a printed publication.

….they are NEVER as good as images that were
scanned at 300 or more dpi. If you agree with me, then there’s no misunderstanding. 🙂

*** Partially…:-) One can make 150 dpi faxes look like 600 dpi laser prints with the right combination of filtering. resampling is the first important step. These techniques are very useful for preparing poor quality logos for vector tracing software. Upsampling an RGB image such as a photograph leaves the computer to "fill in the blanks". In some cases, the original detail may not be preferable. With HDTV, is it really a good thing to see every pore in an actor’s face?

Just remember the never-ending debate about copyrighted images: "Is a 50dpi copy of a photo (same print size) subject to copyright laws given the
amout
of detail such an image is capable of reproducing?"

Valid question.. AFAIU as long at the creative work is perceivable, it’s still copyrighted. Trading crappy MP3’s is as illegal as good ones…

JD
S
Stephan
May 11, 2004
"Ozman Trad" wrote in message
"Voivod" wrote in message
On Mon, 10 May 2004 14:11:20 -0400, "Toronto Web Designer" scribbled:

The last thing I want is to destroy a valid and ethical thread because
of
issues
surrounding perceived lack of credibility.

You’ve already blown that by stating you could do something and then refusing to say how.

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

Worse than a troll:
http://www.torontowebdesigner.com/index.html
Do you think that could be him? 🙂

Stephan
CJ
Carol J
May 11, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/10/2004 11:48 PM:

Turn off the fucking HTML, this is usenet, not the web.

I know what this forum is. I also know that it accepts html. Just because you don’t like it does not mean that I can’t use it.

V
Voivod
May 11, 2004
On Tue, 11 May 2004 04:02:45 -0700, Carol J <**.com> scribbled:

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Re: Converting 72 dpi to 300 dpi</TITLE> </HEAD>
<BODY>
in article =
d.con wrote on 05/10/2004 11:48 PM:<BR>

Usenet by definition is plain text. Only morons and the completely clueless post in HTML, Uni, so you’re covered on both bases.
EG
Eric Gill
May 11, 2004
Carol J <**.com> wrote in
news:BCC5BA3C.FE22F%**.com:

in article , Eric Gill
at wrote on 05/10/2004 5:40 PM:

There are other options. He can continue to flaunt his ability and little goofballs like you can continue to cry about it.

As soon as he can flaunt his ability, I’m sure that will happen. All he’s done so far is flaunt his ability to run his mouth.

And all you have done is flaunt your ability to cry.

I left out "flaunt his ability to make sock puppets at a ferocious rate."

Sorry.
H
howldog
May 11, 2004
On Mon, 10 May 2004 23:01:16 -0700, Carol J <**.com> wrote:

in article , Eric Gill at
wrote on 05/10/2004 5:40 PM:

There are other options. He can continue to flaunt his ability and little goofballs like you can continue to cry about it.

As soon as he can flaunt his ability, I’m sure that will happen. All he’s done so far is flaunt his ability to run his mouth.

And all you have done is flaunt your ability to cry.

and yer a moron. Gill has directly helped me solve some very tricky issues of preparing graphics for print.

now go away, go f*ck yourself, do not pass go, do not collect 200 dollars.
BN
Bill Newton
May 11, 2004
"Voivod" wrote in message

Usenet by definition is plain text. Only morons and the completely clueless post in HTML, Uni, so you’re covered on both bases.

Hi Voivod, can you please explain to me just how you conclude that ‘usenet’ is by definition a ‘plain text’ medium?

BTW, I’m not arguing, I’m asking 🙂

Bill Newton.
CP
Colonel Polyps
May 11, 2004
"Toronto Web Designer" wrote in
message
(snip)

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

What’s your definition of a troll?

Got to love the "it" pronoun. I always wonder about the psychological stability of those who refer to other humans as "its". Intriguing
really.
Maybe that’s part of the reason for such pathetic discourse often
found on
Usenet. Or maybe they are referring to intersex as an "it". Who
knows? As
I have just said, intriguing. 🙂

Pathetic christian jew cops are digging their own graves right now.

My theory is and I’ve used somewhat a smaller scale,
Is converting a small bit map to vectorwith smoothing sensitive enlarge to the size you want and then convert back to raster.

Or learn how to draw and redraw it.

As a decendant of the original patriots my family refused to attack Canada. Hell most stayed east to the alleghenies in honor of the injun.

Death to the christian jew cop government.
CP
Colonel Polyps
May 11, 2004
"Eric Gill" wrote in message
Aratzio wrote in
news:BCC55D8E.FE102%:

in article rPTnc.20729$, Ben
Measures at wrote on 05/10/2004
4:00 PM:

Toronto Web Designer wrote:
(snip)

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

What’s your definition of a troll?

Got to love the "it" pronoun. I always wonder about the psychological stability of those who refer to other humans as
"its".
Intriguing really. Maybe that’s part of the reason for such pathetic discourse often found on Usenet. Or maybe they are referring to intersex as an "it". Who knows? As I have just
said,
intriguing. 🙂

Wow, look at this troll-template I found:
I have a brilliant new way of [insert some fantastic claim],
however
I won’t tell anybody how it is done, or confirm/deny other peoples guesses. Instead I will repeatedly post [the fantastical claim] without proof or refutes to counterclaims.

Look, if you won’t give an indication of how it is done you’re not benifiting anyone. You’ve already made your announcement, now be quiet, and either:
1. Disappear, or;
2. Patent your method, get rich, and laugh in our faces (like we’ll care).

Now for some peace and quiet.

There are other options. He can continue to flaunt his ability and little goofballs like you can continue to cry about it.

As soon as he can flaunt his ability, I’m sure that will happen. All
he’s
done so far is flaunt his ability to run his mouth.

At least he didn’t flaunt his gills.

voodoo disease 666
CP
Colonel Polyps
May 11, 2004
"Bill Newton" wrote in message
"Voivod" wrote in message

Usenet by definition is plain text. Only morons and the completely clueless post in HTML, Uni, so you’re covered on both bases.

Hi Voivod, can you please explain to me just how you conclude that ‘usenet’ is by definition a ‘plain text’ medium?

BTW, I’m not arguing, I’m asking 🙂

Bill Newton.

USENET was developed for the intention of keeping permanent files for the use of text only.
However due to the success of this medium large binary files have found favorablility in real time sucking bandwidth in mockery of the christian jew cop tax sucking maggots.

voodoo disease 666
V
Voivod
May 11, 2004
On Tue, 11 May 2004 14:28:44 +0000 (UTC), "Bill Newton" scribbled:

"Voivod" wrote in message

Usenet by definition is plain text. Only morons and the completely clueless post in HTML, Uni, so you’re covered on both bases.

Hi Voivod, can you please explain to me just how you conclude that ‘usenet’ is by definition a ‘plain text’ medium?

BTW, I’m not arguing, I’m asking 🙂

Because the RFCs that set forth the standards that usenet runs under stated that usenet is a 7bit medium of plain text? The same reason that all binaries HAVE to be encoded for transmission.
CJ
Carol J
May 11, 2004


Void just wants it to stay the way it was back in the 80’s… he is stuck in the 80’s.

HTML will not hurt Usenet or you. Don’t be scared.

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/11/2004 8:54 AM:

On Tue, 11 May 2004 14:28:44 +0000 (UTC), "Bill Newton" scribbled:

"Voivod" wrote in message

Usenet by definition is plain text. Only morons and the completely clueless post in HTML, Uni, so you’re covered on both bases.

Hi Voivod, can you please explain to me just how you conclude that ‘usenet’ is by definition a ‘plain text’ medium?

BTW, I’m not arguing, I’m asking 🙂

Because the RFCs that set forth the standards that usenet runs under stated that usenet is a 7bit medium of plain text? The same reason that all binaries HAVE to be encoded for transmission.

S
Stephan
May 11, 2004
"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC677F8.FE473%**.com…
Void just wants it to stay the way it was back in the 80’s… he is stuck
in
the 80’s.

HTML will not hurt Usenet or you. Don’t be scared.

Meanwhile Carol is so 21st Century but her messages take twice the room they should take.
Does Carol send emails with cute little backgrounds?
I bet Carol does.

Stephan
M
Mike
May 11, 2004
in article LZaoc.15079$, Stephan at
wrote on 05/11/2004 1:47 PM:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC677F8.FE473%**.com…
Void just wants it to stay the way it was back in the 80’s… he is stuck
in
the 80’s.

HTML will not hurt Usenet or you. Don’t be scared.

Meanwhile Carol is so 21st Century but her messages take twice the room they should take.
Does Carol send emails with cute little backgrounds?
I bet Carol does.

Stephan

I hope that you are aware that all the text messages — for a year — that go through Usenet (including the HTML messages) don’t take up the space needed for a half day’s worth of binaries that go through Usenet.

That little bit of info comes from Supernews… a news provider.

So cry some more about HTML messages and I will laugh at you again.

hahahaha.


Mike

* Logo Design *
Put some fun in your next logo!

Site at: http://www.artistmike.com
V
Voivod
May 11, 2004
On Tue, 11 May 2004 12:30:48 -0700, Carol J <**.com> scribbled:

Void just wants it to stay the way it was back in the 80’s… he is stuck in the 80’s.

HTML will not hurt Usenet or you. Don’t be scared.

Your 35~ish line post takes 95 lines in HTML and adds nothing, sort of like you life story isn’t it?

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/11/2004 8:54 AM:

On Tue, 11 May 2004 14:28:44 +0000 (UTC), "Bill Newton" scribbled:

"Voivod" wrote in message

Usenet by definition is plain text. Only morons and the completely clueless post in HTML, Uni, so you’re covered on both bases.

Hi Voivod, can you please explain to me just how you conclude that ‘usenet’ is by definition a ‘plain text’ medium?

BTW, I’m not arguing, I’m asking 🙂

Because the RFCs that set forth the standards that usenet runs under stated that usenet is a 7bit medium of plain text? The same reason that all binaries HAVE to be encoded for transmission.
CJ
Carol J
May 11, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/11/2004 3:11 PM:

Your 35~ish line post takes 95 lines in HTML and adds nothing, sort of like you life story isn’t it?

Cry some more, you’re funny.

H
Hecate
May 12, 2004
On Tue, 11 May 2004 14:28:44 +0000 (UTC), "Bill Newton" wrote:

"Voivod" wrote in message

Usenet by definition is plain text. Only morons and the completely clueless post in HTML, Uni, so you’re covered on both bases.

Hi Voivod, can you please explain to me just how you conclude that ‘usenet’ is by definition a ‘plain text’ medium?

BTW, I’m not arguing, I’m asking 🙂
Usenet is a plain text, as in ASCII text medium. The only exception to that are groups which contain the word "binaries". It was conceived as a totally t4ext format and has been that way (with the exception of binary groups) ever since. There a re a number of reasons for this.

It avoids all the usual problems such as viruses, trojans, etc which can easily be placed in binary or html posts. Furthermore, most of the world doesn’t have broadband – just dial-up, often charged by the time you’re online. HTML does nothing but bloat and add to download time.

Because of this, most responsible ISPs which actually strip any binary out of posts to Usenet groups unless the group has binary in the title.



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
H
Hecate
May 12, 2004
On Tue, 11 May 2004 10:30:47 GMT, "Stephan"
wrote:

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

Worse than a troll:
http://www.torontowebdesigner.com/index.html
Do you think that could be him? 🙂

Stephan
Whoever it is, they’ve never heard of coding for accessibility as all their type faces are a fixed size.



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
JW
JP White
May 12, 2004
Ben Measures wrote:
Well I come from a mathematical background, and if there’s any advantage in incremental blowups in Photoshop then it’s because its algorithms aren’t implemented correctly.

I agree to a certain extent.

Given that the 10% upsampling ‘trick’ is widely published on the net and in Photoshop books, one does wonder why Photoshop does not provide a check box to allow for recursive upsampling when resizing images. It’s something many people want to do and having to resort to creating an action underlines a product shortcoming. I’ve created my own action to do this – very straightforward, not sure why you’d need to download one (unless you have elements and can’t create one).

JP
CJ
Carol J
May 12, 2004
in article , Hecate at
wrote on 05/11/2004 6:18 PM:

Usenet is a plain text, as in ASCII text medium.

Blah Blah Blah

S
Stephan
May 12, 2004
"Hecate" wrote in message
On Tue, 11 May 2004 10:30:47 GMT, "Stephan"
wrote:

As I’ve reread this thread it seems he/she/it is a troll

Worse than a troll:
http://www.torontowebdesigner.com/index.html
Do you think that could be him? 🙂

Stephan
Whoever it is, they’ve never heard of coding for accessibility as all their type faces are a fixed size.
That and the site is ugly 😉

Stephan
S
Stephan
May 12, 2004
"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC6E0FB.FE8A1%**.com…
in article , Hecate at
wrote on 05/11/2004 6:18 PM:

Usenet is a plain text, as in ASCII text medium.

Blah Blah Blah

What do you mean by that?.

Stephan
V
Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Tue, 11 May 2004 15:55:14 -0700, Carol J <**.com> scribbled:

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Re: Converting 72 dpi to 300 dpi</TITLE> </HEAD>
<BODY>
in article =
d.con wrote on 05/11/2004 3:11 PM:<BR>
<BR>
<BR>
&gt; Your 35~ish line post takes 95 lines in HTML and adds nothing, sort of= <BR>
&gt; like you life story isn’t it?<BR>
<BR>
<BR>
<H2>Cry some more, you’re funny.</H2>
</BODY>
</HTML>

Poor Uni, always relegated to being the pathetic morphing troll because you just can’t get along with the rest of the human race.
V
Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 02:18:54 +0100, Hecate
scribbled:

On Tue, 11 May 2004 14:28:44 +0000 (UTC), "Bill Newton" wrote:

"Voivod" wrote in message

Usenet by definition is plain text. Only morons and the completely clueless post in HTML, Uni, so you’re covered on both bases.

Hi Voivod, can you please explain to me just how you conclude that ‘usenet’ is by definition a ‘plain text’ medium?

BTW, I’m not arguing, I’m asking 🙂
Usenet is a plain text, as in ASCII text medium. The only exception to that are groups which contain the word "binaries". It was conceived as a totally t4ext format and has been that way (with the exception of binary groups) ever since. There a re a number of reasons for this.

That would be incorrect. Groups with "binaries" in their names are STILL only plain text newsgroups, that’s why ALL usenet binaries HAVE to be encoded to be posted. Files are encoded IN plain text with reference markers that compliant clients recognize as the beginning and end of ‘something to decode’ (from plain text to a file).

It avoids all the usual problems such as viruses, trojans, etc which can easily be placed in binary or html posts. Furthermore, most of the world doesn’t have broadband – just dial-up, often charged by the time you’re online. HTML does nothing but bloat and add to download time.

Those have nothing to do with the reason Usenet is plain text. Usenet predates almost every virus, all trojans and HTML by at least a decade or two. It’s just the way things were in the old mainframe days when usenet was dreamed up.

Because of this, most responsible ISPs which actually strip any binary out of posts to Usenet groups unless the group has binary in the title.
V
Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 03:38:19 GMT, "Stephan"
scribbled:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC6E0FB.FE8A1%**.com…
in article , Hecate at
wrote on 05/11/2004 6:18 PM:

Usenet is a plain text, as in ASCII text medium.

Blah Blah Blah

What do you mean by that?.

Uni means – "I’m a troll who’s failed to be able to interact with others so I’ll simple act like an imbecile to piss people off" and nothing more.
J
JohnDD
May 12, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/11/2004 9:46 PM:

That would be incorrect. Groups with "binaries" in their names are STILL only plain text newsgroups…

You are wrong, any newsgroup can have HTML posted.

It avoids all the usual problems such as viruses, trojans, etc which can easily be placed in binary or html posts.

Those have nothing to do with the reason Usenet is plain text. Usenet predates almost every virus, all trojans and HTML by at least a decade or two. It’s just the way things were in the old mainframe days when usenet was dreamed up.

Crybabies like to make up stuff in order to justify their crying.

Because of this, most responsible ISPs which actually strip any binary out of posts to Usenet groups unless the group has binary in the title.

EPS files can be posted inside a message and they are not stripped out. EPS files can be posted to ANY newsgroup, binary in the name or not. EPS files are just text, so the filters don’t see them.

J
JohnDD
May 12, 2004
Any newsgroup can have an .eps file posted to it, see. The following is an ..eps graphic.

%!PS-Adobe-3.1 EPSF-3.0
%%Title: Face.eps
%%Creator: Adobe Illustrator(R) 9.0
%%AI8_CreatorVersion: 9.0
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%%BeginProlog
%%BeginResource: procset Adobe_AGM_Core 2.0 0
%%Version: 2.0 0
%%Copyright: Copyright (C) 1997-1999 Adobe Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
systemdict /setpacking known
{
currentpacking
true setpacking
} if
userdict /Adobe_AGM_Core 233 dict dup begin put
/nd{
null def
}bind def
/Adobe_AGM_Core_Id /Adobe_AGM_Core_2.0_0 def
/AGMCORE_str256 256 string def
/AGMCORE_src256 256 string def
/AGMCORE_dst64 64 string def
/AGMCORE_srcLen nd
/AGMCORE_save nd
/AGMCORE_graphicsave nd
/AGMCORE_imagestring0 nd
/AGMCORE_imagestring1 nd
/AGMCORE_imagestring2 nd
/AGMCORE_imagestring3 nd
/AGMCORE_imagestring4 nd
/AGMCORE_imagestring5 nd
/AGMCORE_c 0 def
/AGMCORE_m 0 def
/AGMCORE_y 0 def
/AGMCORE_k 0 def
/AGMCORE_mbuf () def
/AGMCORE_ybuf () def
/AGMCORE_kbuf () def
/AGMCORE_gbuf () def
/AGMCORE_bbuf () def
/AGMCORE_cmykbuf 4 array def
/AGMCORE_screen cvx def
/AGMCORE_tmp 0 def
/AGMCORE_arg1 nd
/AGMCORE_arg2 nd
/AGMCORE_&setgray nd
/AGMCORE_&image nd
/AGMCORE_&colorimage nd
/AGMCORE_&imagemask nd
/AGMCORE_&setcolor nd
/AGMCORE_&setcolorspace nd
/AGMCORE_&&setcolorspace nd
/AGMCORE_cyan_plate nd
/AGMCORE_magenta_plate nd
/AGMCORE_yellow_plate nd
/AGMCORE_black_plate nd
/AGMCORE_plate_ndx nd
/AGMCORE_get_ink_data nd
/AGMCORE_is_cmyk_sep nd
/AGMCORE_in_rip_sep nd
/AGMCORE_host_sep nd
/AGMCORE_will_host_sep nd
/AGMCORE_avoid_L2_sep_space nd
/AGMCORE_composite_job nd
/AGMCORE_producing_seps nd
/AGMCORE_ccimage_exists nd
/AGMCORE_ps_level -1 def
/AGMCORE_ps_version -1 def
/AGMCORE_environ_ok nd
/AGMCORE_CSA_cache 0 dict def
/AGMCORE_CSD_cache 0 dict def
/AGMCORE_pattern_cache 0 dict def
/AGMCORE_currentoverprint false def
/AGMCORE_deltaX nd
/AGMCORE_deltaY nd
/AGMCORE_name nd
/AGMCORE_sep_special nd
/AGMCORE_ndx nd
/AGMCORE_err_strings nd
/AGMCORE_cur_err nd
/AGMCORE_ovp nd
/AGMCORE_CRD_cache where{
pop
}{
/AGMCORE_CRD_cache 0 dict def
}ifelse
/bdf
{
bind def
} bind def
/xdf
{
exch def
} def
/ldf
{
load def
} def
/ddf
{
put
} def
/xddf
{
3 -1 roll put
} def
/xpt
{
exch put
} def
/bdict
{
mark
} def

/edict
{
counttomark 2 idiv dup dict begin {def} repeat pop currentdict end }def

/ps_level
/languagelevel where{
pop languagelevel
}{
1
}ifelse
def
/level2
ps_level 2 ge
def
/level3
ps_level 3 ge
def
/ps_version
{version cvr} stopped {
-1
}if
def
/ndf
{
1 index where{
pop pop pop
}{
dup xcheck
{bind}if
def
}ifelse
} def
/skip_image
{
has_color ne{
dup 256 idiv
{currentfile AGMCORE_str256 readstring pop pop}repeat
currentfile AGMCORE_str256 0 4 -1 roll 256 mod getinterval readstring pop pop
}{
pop
}ifelse
} def
/addprocs
{
2{/exec load}repeat
3 1 roll
[ 5 1 roll ] bind cvx
} def
/colorbuf
{
0 1 2 index length 1 sub
{
dup 2 index exch get
255 exch sub
2 index
3 1 roll
put
} for
} def
/makereadonlyarray
{
/packedarray where
{pop packedarray}
{array astore readonly}
ifelse
} def
/getspotfunction
{
AGMCORE_screen exch pop exch pop
dup type /dicttype eq
{
dup /HalftoneType get 1 eq
{
/SpotFunction get
}
{
dup /HalftoneType get 2 eq
{
/GraySpotFunction get
}
{
pop
{abs exch abs 2 copy add 1 gt {1 sub dup mul exch 1 sub dup mul add 1 sub}
{dup mul exch dup mul add 1 exch sub}ifelse}bind
}
ifelse
}
ifelse
}
if
} def
/clp_npth
{
clip newpath
} def
/eoclp_npth
{
eoclip newpath
} def
/stkpath_clp_npth
{
strokepath clip newpath
} def
/stk_n_clp_npth
{
gsave stroke grestore clip newpath
} def
/npth_clp
{
newpath clip
} def
/graphic_setup
{
/AGMCORE_graphicsave save def
concat
0 setgray
0 setlinecap
0 setlinejoin
1 setlinewidth
[] 0 setdash
10 setmiterlimit
newpath
false setoverprint
false setstrokeadjust
userdict begin
/showpage {} def
mark
} def
/graphic_cleanup
{
cleartomark
end
AGMCORE_graphicsave restore
} def
/compose_error_msg
{
grestoreall initgraphics
/Helvetica findfont 10 scalefont setfont

/AGMCORE_deltaY 100 def
/AGMCORE_deltaX 310 def

/AGMCORE_arg2 xdf
/AGMCORE_arg1 xdf

clippath pathbbox newpath pop pop 36 add exch 36 add exch moveto 0 AGMCORE_deltaY rlineto AGMCORE_deltaX 0 rlineto
0 AGMCORE_deltaY neg rlineto AGMCORE_deltaX neg 0 rlineto closepath 0 AGMCORE_&setgray
gsave 1 AGMCORE_&setgray fill grestore
1 setlinewidth gsave stroke grestore

currentpoint AGMCORE_deltaY 15 sub add exch 8 add exch moveto

/AGMCORE_deltaY 12 def
/AGMCORE_tmp 0 def
AGMCORE_err_strings exch get
{
dup 32 eq
{
pop
AGMCORE_str256 0 AGMCORE_tmp getinterval
dup (.) ne AGMCORE_arg1 0 lt and
{
pop
}
{
stringwidth pop currentpoint pop add AGMCORE_deltaX 28 add gt
{
currentpoint AGMCORE_deltaY sub exch pop
clippath pathbbox pop pop pop 44 add exch moveto
} if
AGMCORE_str256 0 AGMCORE_tmp getinterval show ( ) show
} ifelse

0 1 AGMCORE_str256 length 1 sub
{
AGMCORE_str256 exch 0 put
}for
/AGMCORE_tmp 0 def
}
{
dup 94 eq
{
pop
AGMCORE_arg1 0 ge
{
AGMCORE_arg1 AGMCORE_str256 cvs
dup /AGMCORE_tmp exch length def
AGMCORE_str256 exch 0 exch putinterval
AGMCORE_str256 0 AGMCORE_tmp getinterval
stringwidth pop currentpoint pop add AGMCORE_deltaX 28
add gt
{
currentpoint AGMCORE_deltaY sub exch pop
clippath pathbbox pop pop pop 44 add exch moveto
} if
AGMCORE_str256 0 AGMCORE_tmp getinterval show
}
{
/AGMCORE_arg1 0 def
} ifelse
0 1 AGMCORE_str256 length 1 sub
{
AGMCORE_str256 exch 0 put
}for
/AGMCORE_tmp 0 def
AGMCORE_arg1 0 ne
{
/AGMCORE_arg1 AGMCORE_arg2 def
} if
}
{
AGMCORE_str256 exch AGMCORE_tmp exch put
/AGMCORE_tmp AGMCORE_tmp 1 add def
}ifelse
} ifelse
} forall
} bdf
level2{
/AGMCORE_map_reserved_ink_name
{
dup type /stringtype eq{
dup /Red eq{
pop (_Red_)
}{
dup /Green eq{
pop (_Green_)
}{
dup /Blue eq{
pop (_Blue_)
}{
dup /Cyan eq{
pop (_Cyan_)
}{
dup /Magenta eq{
pop (_Magenta_)
}{
dup /Yellow eq{
pop (_Yellow_)
}{
dup /Black eq{
pop (_Black_)
}{
dup / eq{
pop (Process)
}if
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}if
}def
}if
/doc_setup{
Adobe_AGM_Core begin

/AGMCORE_will_host_separate xdf
/AGMCORE_ps_version xdf
/AGMCORE_ps_level xdf

errordict /AGM_handleerror known not
{
errordict /AGM_handleerror errordict /handleerror get put errordict /handleerror
{
Adobe_AGM_Core begin
$error /newerror get AGMCORE_cur_err null ne and {
$error /newerror false put
AGMCORE_cur_err /AGMCORE_bad_environ eq
{
/AGMCORE_bad_environ AGMCORE_ps_level AGMCORE_ps_version }
{
AGMCORE_cur_err 0 0
} ifelse
compose_error_msg
} if
$error /newerror true put
end
errordict /AGM_handleerror get exec
} bind put
}if
/AGMCORE_environ_ok
ps_level AGMCORE_ps_level ge
ps_version AGMCORE_ps_version ge and
AGMCORE_ps_level -1 eq or
def

AGMCORE_environ_ok not
{/AGMCORE_cur_err /AGMCORE_bad_environ def} if

/AGMCORE_&setgray systemdict/setgray get def
level2{
/AGMCORE_&setcolor systemdict/setcolor get def
/AGMCORE_&setcolorspace systemdict/setcolorspace get def /AGMCORE_&&setcolorspace /setcolorspace ldf
}if
/AGMCORE_&image systemdict/image get def
/AGMCORE_&imagemask systemdict/imagemask get def
/colorimage where{
pop
/AGMCORE_&colorimage /colorimage ldf
}if
/AGMCORE_in_rip_sep
level2{
currentpagedevice/Separations 2 copy known{
get
}{
pop pop false
}ifelse
}{
false
}ifelse
def
level2 not{
/xput{
dup load dup length exch maxlength eq{
dup dup load dup
length dup 0 eq {pop 1} if 2 mul dict copy def
}if
load begin
def
end
}def
}{
/xput{
load 3 1 roll put
}def
}ifelse
/AGMCORE_gstate_known{
where{
/Adobe_AGM_Core_Id known
}{
false
}ifelse
}ndf
/AGMCORE_GSTATE AGMCORE_gstate_known not{
/AGMCORE_GSTATE 21 dict def
/AGMCORE_tmpmatrix matrix def
/AGMCORE_gstack 32 array def
/AGMCORE_gstackptr 0 def
/AGMCORE_gstacksaveptr 0 def
/AGMCORE_gstackframekeys 7 def
/AGMCORE_&gsave /gsave ldf
/AGMCORE_&grestore /grestore ldf
/AGMCORE_&grestoreall /grestoreall ldf
/AGMCORE_&save /save ldf
/AGMCORE_gdictcopy {
begin
{ def } forall
end
}def
/AGMCORE_gput {
AGMCORE_gstack AGMCORE_gstackptr get
3 1 roll
put
}def
/AGMCORE_gget {
AGMCORE_gstack AGMCORE_gstackptr get
exch
get
}def
/gsave {
AGMCORE_&gsave
AGMCORE_gstack AGMCORE_gstackptr get
AGMCORE_gstackptr 1 add
dup 32 ge {limitcheck} if
Adobe_AGM_Core exch
/AGMCORE_gstackptr exch put
AGMCORE_gstack AGMCORE_gstackptr get
AGMCORE_gdictcopy
}def
/grestore {
AGMCORE_&grestore
AGMCORE_gstackptr 1 sub
dup AGMCORE_gstacksaveptr lt {1 add} if
Adobe_AGM_Core exch
/AGMCORE_gstackptr exch put
}def
/grestoreall {
AGMCORE_&grestoreall
Adobe_AGM_Core
/AGMCORE_gstackptr AGMCORE_gstacksaveptr put
}def
/save {
AGMCORE_&save
AGMCORE_gstack AGMCORE_gstackptr get
AGMCORE_gstackptr 1 add
dup 32 ge {limitcheck} if
Adobe_AGM_Core begin
/AGMCORE_gstackptr exch def
/AGMCORE_gstacksaveptr AGMCORE_gstackptr def
end
AGMCORE_gstack AGMCORE_gstackptr get
AGMCORE_gdictcopy
}def
0 1 AGMCORE_gstack length 1 sub {
AGMCORE_gstack exch AGMCORE_gstackframekeys dict put
} for
}if
/currentcmykcolor AGMCORE_gput
/currentstrokeadjust false AGMCORE_gput
/currentcolorspace [/DeviceGray] AGMCORE_gput
/sep_tint 0 AGMCORE_gput
/sep_colorspace_dict null AGMCORE_gput
/indexed_colorspace_dict null AGMCORE_gput
/currentcolor_intent () AGMCORE_gput
end
}def
/page_setup
{
Adobe_AGM_Core begin
/setcmykcolor
{
4 copy AGMCORE_cmykbuf astore /currentcmykcolor exch AGMCORE_gput 1 sub 4 1 roll
3 {
3 index add neg dup 0 lt {
pop 0
} if
3 1 roll
} repeat
setrgbcolor pop
}ndf
/AGMCORE_ccimage_exists /customcolorimage where {pop true}{false} ifelse def
/currentcmykcolor
{
/currentcmykcolor AGMCORE_gget aload pop
}ndf
/setoverprint
{
pop
}ndf
/currentoverprint
{
false
}ndf
/AGMCORE_deviceDPI 72 0 matrix defaultmatrix dtransform dup mul exch dup mul add sqrt def
/AGMCORE_cyan_plate 1 0 0 0 test_cmyk_color_plate def
/AGMCORE_magenta_plate 0 1 0 0 test_cmyk_color_plate def /AGMCORE_yellow_plate 0 0 1 0 test_cmyk_color_plate def
/AGMCORE_black_plate 0 0 0 1 test_cmyk_color_plate def
/AGMCORE_plate_ndx
AGMCORE_cyan_plate{
0
}{
AGMCORE_magenta_plate{
1
}{
AGMCORE_yellow_plate{
2
}{
AGMCORE_black_plate{
3
}{
4
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
def
/AGMCORE_composite_job
AGMCORE_cyan_plate AGMCORE_magenta_plate and AGMCORE_yellow_plate and AGMCORE_black_plate and def

/AGMCORE_producing_seps AGMCORE_composite_job not AGMCORE_in_rip_sep or def

/AGMCORE_host_sep AGMCORE_producing_seps AGMCORE_in_rip_sep not and def

/AGM_preserve_spots
/AGM_preserve_spots where{
pop AGM_preserve_spots
}{
systemdict/setdistillerparams known product (Adobe PostScript Parser) ne and AGMCORE_producing_seps or
}ifelse
def

AGMCORE_host_sep AGMCORE_will_host_separate not and {
/AGMCORE_cur_err /AGMCORE_color_space_onhost_seps def
AGMCORE_color_space_onhost_seps
}if
/AGMCORE_avoid_L2_sep_space
version cvr 2012 lt
level2 and
AGMCORE_producing_seps not and
def
/AGMCORE_is_cmyk_sep
AGMCORE_cyan_plate AGMCORE_magenta_plate or AGMCORE_yellow_plate or AGMCORE_black_plate or
def
/AGM_avoid_0_cmyk where{
pop AGM_avoid_0_cmyk
}{
AGM_preserve_spots
}ifelse
{
/setcmykcolor[
{4 copy add add add 0 eq currentoverprint and{pop
0.0005}if}/exec cvx
/setcmykcolor load dup type/operatortype ne{/exec cvx}if
]cvx def
}if
AGMCORE_host_sep{
/AGMCORE_get_ink_data
AGMCORE_cyan_plate{
{pop pop pop}
}{
AGMCORE_magenta_plate{
{4 3 roll pop pop pop}
}{
AGMCORE_yellow_plate{
{4 2 roll pop pop pop}
}{
{4 1 roll pop pop pop}
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
def
}if
AGMCORE_in_rip_sep{
/setcustomcolor
{
exch aload pop
dup 7 1 roll inRip_spot_has_ink not {
4 {4 index mul 4 1 roll}
repeat
/DeviceCMYK setcolorspace
6 -2 roll pop pop
}{
Adobe_AGM_Core begin
/AGMCORE_k xdf /AGMCORE_y xdf /AGMCORE_m xdf /AGMCORE_c
xdf
end
[/Separation 4 -1 roll /DeviceCMYK
{dup AGMCORE_c mul exch dup AGMCORE_m mul exch dup AGMCORE_y mul exch AGMCORE_k mul}
]
setcolorspace
}ifelse
setcolor
}ndf
/setseparationgray
{
[/Separation (All) /DeviceGray {}] setcolorspace_opt
1 exch sub setcolor
}ndf
}{
/setseparationgray
{
AGMCORE_&setgray
}ndf
}ifelse
/findcmykcustomcolor
{
5 makereadonlyarray
}ndf
/setcustomcolor
{
exch aload pop pop
4 {4 index mul 4 1 roll} repeat
setcmykcolor pop
}ndf

/has_color
/colorimage where{
AGMCORE_producing_seps{
pop true
}{
systemdict eq
}ifelse
}{
false
}ifelse
def

/map_index
{
1 index mul exch getinterval {255 div} forall
}def

level2{
/mo /moveto ldf
/ln /lineto ldf
/cv /curveto ldf
/knockout_unitsq
{
1 setgray
0 0 1 1 rectfill
}def
/level2ScreenFreq{
begin
60
HalftoneType 1 eq{
pop Frequency
}if
HalftoneType 2 eq{
pop GrayFrequency
}if
HalftoneType 5 eq{
pop Default level2ScreenFreq
}if
end
}def
/currentScreenFreq{
currenthalftone level2ScreenFreq
}def
/invert_image_samples
{
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_tmp Decode length ddf
/Decode [ Decode 1 get Decode 0 get] def
}def
/knockout_image_samples
{
Operator/imagemask ne{
/Decode def
}if
}def
/get_gstate
{
AGMCORE_GSTATE begin
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_ctm AGMCORE_tmpmatrix currentmatrix def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_spc currentcolorspace def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_indx 0 def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_comps 12 array def
mark currentcolor counttomark
{AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_comps AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_indx 3 -1 roll put
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_indx AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_indx 1 add def} repeat pop
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_fnt rootfont def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_lw currentlinewidth def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_lc currentlinecap def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_lj currentlinejoin def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_ml currentmiterlimit def
currentdash /AGMCORE_GSTATE_do xdf /AGMCORE_GSTATE_da xdf /AGMCORE_GSTATE_sa currentstrokeadjust def

/AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_rnd currentcolorrendering def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_op currentoverprint def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_bg currentblackgeneration cvlit def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_ucr currentundercolorremoval cvlit def
currentcolortransfer
cvlit /AGMCORE_GSTATE_gy_xfer xdf
cvlit /AGMCORE_GSTATE_b_xfer xdf
cvlit /AGMCORE_GSTATE_g_xfer xdf
cvlit /AGMCORE_GSTATE_r_xfer xdf
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_ht currenthalftone def
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_flt currentflat def
end
}ndf

/set_gstate
{
AGMCORE_GSTATE begin
AGMCORE_GSTATE_ctm setmatrix
AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_spc setcolorspace
AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_indx {AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_comps
AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_indx 1 sub get
/AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_indx AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_indx 1 sub def} repeat setcolor
AGMCORE_GSTATE_fnt setfont
AGMCORE_GSTATE_lw setlinewidth
AGMCORE_GSTATE_lc setlinecap
AGMCORE_GSTATE_lj setlinejoin
AGMCORE_GSTATE_ml setmiterlimit
AGMCORE_GSTATE_da AGMCORE_GSTATE_do setdash
AGMCORE_GSTATE_sa setstrokeadjust

AGMCORE_GSTATE_clr_rnd setcolorrendering
AGMCORE_GSTATE_op setoverprint
AGMCORE_GSTATE_bg cvx setblackgeneration
AGMCORE_GSTATE_ucr cvx setundercolorremoval
AGMCORE_GSTATE_r_xfer cvx AGMCORE_GSTATE_g_xfer cvx
AGMCORE_GSTATE_b_xfer cvx
AGMCORE_GSTATE_gy_xfer cvx setcolortransfer
AGMCORE_GSTATE_ht /HalftoneType get dup 9 eq exch 100 eq or {
currenthalftone /HalftoneType get AGMCORE_GSTATE_ht
/HalftoneType get ne
{
mark AGMCORE_GSTATE_ht {sethalftone} stopped
cleartomark
} if
}{
AGMCORE_GSTATE_ht sethalftone
} ifelse
AGMCORE_GSTATE_flt setflat
end
}ndf
AGMCORE_producing_seps not{

/setcolorspace where{
/Adobe_AGM_Core_Id known not
}{
true
}ifelse
{
/setcolorspace
{
dup type dup /arraytype eq exch /packedarraytype eq or{
dup 0 get dup /Separation eq{
pop
[ exch {} forall ]
dup dup 1 get AGMCORE_map_reserved_ink_name 1
exch put
}{
/DeviceN eq {
[ exch {} forall ]
dup dup 1 get [ exch
{AGMCORE_map_reserved_ink_name} forall ] 1 exch put
}if
}ifelse
}if
AGMCORE_&&setcolorspace
}def
}if
}if
}{

/adj
{
currentstrokeadjust{
transform
0.25 sub round 0.25 add exch
0.25 sub round 0.25 add exch
itransform
}if
}def
/mo{
adj moveto
}def
/ln{
adj lineto
}def
/cv{
6 2 roll adj
6 2 roll adj
6 2 roll adj curveto
}def
/knockout_unitsq
{
1 setgray
8 8 1 {<ffffffffffffffff>} image
}def
/currentstrokeadjust{
/currentstrokeadjust AGMCORE_gget
}def
/setstrokeadjust{
/currentstrokeadjust exch AGMCORE_gput
}def
/currentScreenFreq{
currentscreen pop pop
}def
/invert_image_samples
{
{1 exch sub} currenttransfer addprocs settransfer
}def
/knockout_image_samples
{
{ pop 1 } currenttransfer addprocs settransfer
}def
/setcolorspace
{
/currentcolorspace exch AGMCORE_gput
} def

/currentcolorspace
{
/currentcolorspace AGMCORE_gget
} def

/n_color_components
{
dup type /arraytype eq{
0 get
}if
dup /DeviceGray eq{
pop 1
}{
/DeviceCMYK eq{
4
}{
3
}ifelse
}ifelse
} def

/setcolor_devicecolor
{
dup type /arraytype eq{
0 get
}if
dup /DeviceGray eq{
pop setgray
}{
/DeviceCMYK eq{
setcmykcolor
}{
setrgbcolor
}ifelse
}ifelse
}def

/setcolor
{
currentcolorspace 0 get
dup /DeviceGray ne{
dup /DeviceCMYK ne{
dup /DeviceRGB ne{
dup /Separation eq{
pop
currentcolorspace 3 get exec
currentcolorspace 2 get
}{
dup /Indexed eq{
pop
currentcolorspace 3 get dup type /stringtype
eq{
currentcolorspace 1 get
n_color_components
3 -1 roll map_index
}{
exec
}ifelse
currentcolorspace 1 get
}{
/AGMCORE_cur_err
/AGMCORE_invalid_color_space def
AGMCORE_invalid_color_space
}ifelse
}ifelse
}if
}if
}if
setcolor_devicecolor
} def
}ifelse

/op /setoverprint ldf
/lw /setlinewidth ldf
/lc /setlinecap ldf
/lj /setlinejoin ldf
/ml /setmiterlimit ldf
/dsh /setdash ldf
/sadj /setstrokeadjust ldf
/gry /setgray ldf
/rgb /setrgbcolor ldf
/cmyk /setcmykcolor ldf
/sep /setsepcolor ldf
/idx /setindexedcolor ldf
/colr /setcolor ldf
/csacrd /set_csa_crd ldf
/sepcs /setsepcolorspace ldf
/idxcs /setindexedcolorspace ldf
/cp /closepath ldf
/clp /clp_npth ldf
/eclp /eoclp_npth ldf
/spclp /stkpath_clp_npth ldf
/f /fill ldf
/ef /eofill ldf
/s /stroke ldf
/sclp /stk_n_clp_npth ldf
/nclp /npth_clp ldf
/img /imageormask ldf
/sepimg /sep_imageormask ldf
/idximg /indexed_imageormask ldf
/gset /graphic_setup ldf
/gcln /graphic_cleanup ldf

currentdict{
dup xcheck 1 index type dup /arraytype eq exch /packedarraytype eq or and {
bind
}if
def
}forall
}def
/page_trailer
{
end
}def
/unload{
systemdict/languagelevel known{
systemdict/languagelevel get 2 ge{
userdict/Adobe_AGM_Core 2 copy known{
undef
}{
pop pop
}ifelse
}if
}if
}def
/doc_trailer{
}def
systemdict /findcolorrendering known{
/findcolorrendering systemdict /findcolorrendering get def }if
systemdict /setcolorrendering known{
/setcolorrendering systemdict /setcolorrendering get def }if
/test_cmyk_color_plate
{
gsave
setcmykcolor currentgray 1 ne
grestore
}def
/inRip_spot_has_ink
{
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_name xddf
false
currentpagedevice/SeparationColorNames get{
AGMCORE_name eq or
}forall
}def
/current_ink
{
dup length 0 eq{
pop true
}{
Adobe_AGM_Core/ink_result false put
{
dup /ProcessCyan eq{
AGMCORE_cyan_plate ink_result or Adobe_AGM_Core/ink_result xddf
}{
dup /ProcessMagenta eq{
AGMCORE_magenta_plate ink_result or
Adobe_AGM_Core/ink_result xddf
}{
dup /ProcessYellow eq{
AGMCORE_yellow_plate ink_result or
Adobe_AGM_Core/ink_result xddf
}{
dup /ProcessBlack eq{
AGMCORE_black_plate ink_result or
Adobe_AGM_Core/ink_result xddf
}{
dup /sep_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget dup null
eq{
pop false ink_result or
Adobe_AGM_Core/ink_result xddf
}{
/Name get eq{
1 setsepcolor
currentgray 1 ne ink_result or
Adobe_AGM_Core/ink_result xddf
}{
false ink_result or
Adobe_AGM_Core/ink_result xddf
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
pop
} forall
ink_result
}ifelse
}def
/map255_to_range
{
1 index sub
3 -1 roll 255 div mul add
}def
/set_csa_crd
{
/sep_colorspace_dict null AGMCORE_gput
begin
CSA map_csa setcolorspace_opt
set_crd
end
}
def
/setsepcolor
{

/sep_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget begin
dup /sep_tint exch AGMCORE_gput
TintProc
end
} def
/sep_colorspace_proc
{
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_tmp xddf
/sep_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget begin
currentdict/Components known{
Components aload pop
TintMethod/Lab eq{
2 {AGMCORE_tmp mul NComponents 1 roll} repeat
LMax sub AGMCORE_tmp mul LMax add NComponents 1 roll
}{
TintMethod/Subtractive eq{
NComponents{
AGMCORE_tmp mul NComponents 1 roll
}repeat
}{
NComponents{
1 sub AGMCORE_tmp mul 1 add NComponents 1 roll
} repeat
}ifelse
}ifelse
}{
ColorLookup AGMCORE_tmp ColorLookup length 1 sub mul round cvi get aload pop
}ifelse
end
} def
/sep_colorspace_gray_proc
{
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_tmp xddf
/sep_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget begin
GrayLookup AGMCORE_tmp GrayLookup length 1 sub mul round cvi get end
} def
/sep_proc_name
{
dup 0 get
dup /DeviceRGB eq exch /DeviceCMYK eq or level2 not and has_color not and{
pop [/DeviceGray]
/sep_colorspace_gray_proc
}{
/sep_colorspace_proc
}ifelse
} def
/setsepcolorspace
{
dup /sep_colorspace_dict exch AGMCORE_gput
begin
/MappedCSA CSA map_csa def
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_sep_special Name dup () eq exch (All) eq or ddf

AGMCORE_avoid_L2_sep_space{
[/Indexed MappedCSA sep_proc_name 255 exch
{ 255 div } /exec cvx 3 -1 roll [ 4 1 roll load /exec cvx ] cvx
] setcolorspace_opt
/TintProc {
255 mul setcolor
}bdf
}{
MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq
currentdict/Components known and
AGMCORE_sep_special not and{
/TintProc [
Components aload pop Name findcmykcustomcolor
/exch cvx /setcustomcolor cvx
] cvx bdf
}{
AGMCORE_host_sep Name (All) eq and{
/TintProc {
1 exch sub setseparationgray
}bdf
}{
AGMCORE_in_rip_sep MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq and
AGMCORE_host_sep or
Name () eq and{
/TintProc [
MappedCSA sep_proc_name exch 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq{
cvx /setcmykcolor cvx
}{
cvx /setgray cvx
}ifelse
] cvx bdf
}{
AGMCORE_producing_seps MappedCSA 0 get dup /DeviceCMYK
eq exch /DeviceGray eq or and AGMCORE_sep_special not and{ /TintProc [
/dup cvx
MappedCSA sep_proc_name cvx exch
0 get /DeviceGray eq{
1 /exch cvx /sub cvx 0 0 0 4 -1 /roll cvx
}if
/Name cvx /findcmykcustomcolor cvx /exch cvx

AGMCORE_host_sep{
AGMCORE_is_cmyk_sep
}{
Name inRip_spot_has_ink not
}ifelse
{
/pop cvx 1
}if
/setcustomcolor cvx
] cvx bdf
}{
/TintProc /setcolor ldf

[/Separation Name MappedCSA sep_proc_name load ]
setcolorspace_opt
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
set_crd
1 setsepcolor
end
} def
/setindexedcolorspace
{
dup /indexed_colorspace_dict exch AGMCORE_gput
begin
/MappedCSA CSA map_csa def
AGMCORE_host_sep level2 not and{
0 0 0 0 setcmykcolor
}{
[/Indexed MappedCSA
level2 not has_color not and{
dup 0 get dup /DeviceRGB eq exch /DeviceCMYK eq or{
pop [/DeviceGray]
}if
HiVal GrayLookup
}{
HiVal
currentdict/RangeArray known{
{
/indexed_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget begin
Lookup exch
dup HiVal gt{
pop HiVal
}if
NComponents mul NComponents getinterval {} forall
NComponents 1 sub -1 0{
RangeArray exch 2 mul 2 getinterval aload pop
map255_to_range
NComponents 1 roll
}for
end
} bind
}{
Lookup
}ifelse
}ifelse
] setcolorspace_opt

set_crd
}ifelse
end
}def
/setindexedcolor
{
AGMCORE_host_sep{
/indexed_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget/Lookup get 4 3 -1 roll map_index setcmykcolor
}{
setcolor
}ifelse
} def
/imageormask_sys
{
begin
save mark
level2{
currentdict
Operator /imagemask eq{
AGMCORE_&imagemask
}{
AGMCORE_&image
}ifelse
}{
Width Height
Operator /imagemask eq{
Decode 0 get 1 eq Decode 1 get 0 eq and
ImageMatrix /DataSource load
AGMCORE_&imagemask
}{
BitsPerComponent ImageMatrix /DataSource load
AGMCORE_&image
}ifelse
}ifelse
cleartomark restore
end
}def
/overprint_plate
{
currentoverprint{
0 get
dup /DeviceGray eq{
pop AGMCORE_black_plate not
}{
/DeviceCMYK eq{
AGMCORE_is_cmyk_sep not
}if
}ifelse
}{
false
}ifelse
}def
/rdline {
currentfile AGMCORE_str256 readline pop
} def
/rdcmntline {
currentfile AGMCORE_str256 readline pop
(%) anchorsearch {pop} if
} def
/filter_cmyk
{
dup type /filetype ne{
0 () /SubFileDecode filter
}if
[
exch
{
AGMCORE_src256 readstring pop
dup length /AGMCORE_srcLen exch def
/AGMCORE_ndx 0 def

AGMCORE_plate_ndx 4 AGMCORE_srcLen 1 sub{
1 index exch get
AGMCORE_dst64 AGMCORE_ndx 3 -1 roll put
/AGMCORE_ndx AGMCORE_ndx 1 add def
}for
pop
AGMCORE_dst64 0 AGMCORE_ndx getinterval
}
bind
/exec cvx
] cvx
} def
/imageormask
{
begin
SkipImageProc not{
save mark
level2 AGMCORE_host_sep not and{
currentdict
Operator /imagemask eq{
imagemask
}{
AGMCORE_in_rip_sep currentoverprint and
currentcolorspace 0 get /DeviceGray eq and{
[/Separation /Black /DeviceGray {}] setcolorspace
/Decode [ Decode 1 get Decode 0 get ] def
}if
image
}ifelse
}{
Width Height
Operator /imagemask eq{
Decode 0 get 1 eq Decode 1 get 0 eq and
ImageMatrix /DataSource load
AGMCORE_host_sep{
currentgray 1 ne{
currentdict imageormask_sys
}{
currentoverprint not{
1 AGMCORE_&setgray
knockout_image_samples
currentdict imageormask_sys
}{
nulldevice currentdict imageormask_sys
}ifelse
}ifelse
}{
imagemask
}ifelse
}{
BitsPerComponent ImageMatrix
MultipleDataSources{
0 1 NComponents 1 sub{
DataSource exch get
}for
}{
/DataSource load
}ifelse
Operator /colorimage eq{
AGMCORE_host_sep{
MultipleDataSources level2 or NComponents 4 eq
and{
MultipleDataSources{
4 {pop} repeat
/DataSource [
DataSource 0 get /exec cvx
DataSource 1 get /exec cvx
DataSource 2 get /exec cvx
DataSource 3 get /exec cvx
/AGMCORE_get_ink_data cvx
] cvx def
}{
/DataSource /DataSource load filter_cmyk
0 () /SubFileDecode filter def
}ifelse

/Decode [ Decode 0 get Decode 1 get ] def
/MultipleDataSources false def
/NComponents 1 def
/Operator /image def
AGMCORE_is_cmyk_sep{
currentoverprint InksUsed current_ink
not and{
nulldevice
}{
invert_image_samples
}ifelse
}{
currentoverprint not{
knockout_image_samples
}{
nulldevice
}ifelse
}ifelse
1 AGMCORE_&setgray
currentdict imageormask_sys
}{

currentcolortransfer
{pop 1} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{pop 1} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{pop 1} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{pop 1} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
setcolortransfer

MultipleDataSources NComponents
AGMCORE_&colorimage
}ifelse
}{
true NComponents colorimage
}ifelse
}{
Operator /image eq{
AGMCORE_host_sep{
HostSepColorImage{
invert_image_samples
}{
AGMCORE_black_plate not{
currentoverprint not{
knockout_image_samples
}{
nulldevice
}ifelse
}if
}ifelse
1 AGMCORE_&setgray
currentdict imageormask_sys
}{
image
}ifelse
}{
Operator/knockout eq{
pop pop pop pop pop
currentoverprint InksUsed current_ink not
and{
}{
currentcolorspace overprint_plate not{
knockout_unitsq
}if
}ifelse
}if
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
cleartomark restore
}if
end
}def
/tint_image_to_color
{
begin
Width Height BitsPerComponent ImageMatrix
/DataSource load
end
Adobe_AGM_Core begin
/AGMCORE_mbuf 0 string def
/AGMCORE_ybuf 0 string def
/AGMCORE_kbuf 0 string def
{
colorbuf dup length AGMCORE_mbuf length ne
{
dup length dup dup
/AGMCORE_mbuf exch string def
/AGMCORE_ybuf exch string def
/AGMCORE_kbuf exch string def
} if
dup AGMCORE_mbuf copy AGMCORE_ybuf copy AGMCORE_kbuf copy pop }
addprocs
{AGMCORE_mbuf}{AGMCORE_ybuf}{AGMCORE_kbuf} true 4 colorimage end
} def
/sep_imageormask_lev1
{
begin
MappedCSA 0 get dup /DeviceRGB eq exch /DeviceCMYK eq or has_color not and{

{
255 mul round cvi GrayLookup exch get
} currenttransfer addprocs settransfer
currentdict imageormask
}{
/sep_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget/Components known{
MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq{
Components aload pop
}{
0 0 0 Components aload pop 1 exch sub
}ifelse

Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_k xddf
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_y xddf
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_m xddf
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_c xddf

AGMCORE_y 0.0 eq AGMCORE_m 0.0 eq and AGMCORE_c 0.0 eq and{ {AGMCORE_k mul 1 exch sub} currenttransfer addprocs
settransfer
currentdict imageormask
}{

currentcolortransfer
{AGMCORE_k mul 1 exch sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{AGMCORE_y mul 1 exch sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{AGMCORE_m mul 1 exch sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{AGMCORE_c mul 1 exch sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
setcolortransfer
currentdict tint_image_to_color
}ifelse
}{

MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceGray eq {
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 0 get}
currenttransfer addprocs settransfer
currentdict imageormask
}{
MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq {
currentcolortransfer
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 3 get 1 exch
sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 2 get 1 exch
sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 1 get 1 exch
sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 0 get 1 exch
sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
setcolortransfer
currentdict tint_image_to_color
}{
currentcolortransfer
{pop 1} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 2 get} exch
addprocs 4 1 roll
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 1 get} exch
addprocs 4 1 roll
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 0 get} exch
addprocs 4 1 roll
setcolortransfer
currentdict tint_image_to_color
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
end
}def
/sep_image_lev1_sep
{
begin
/sep_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget/Components known{
Components aload pop

Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_k xddf
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_y xddf
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_m xddf
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_c xddf

{AGMCORE_c mul 1 exch sub}
{AGMCORE_m mul 1 exch sub}
{AGMCORE_y mul 1 exch sub}
{AGMCORE_k mul 1 exch sub}
}{
{255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 0 get 1 exch sub} {255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 1 get 1 exch sub} {255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 2 get 1 exch sub} {255 mul round cvi ColorLookup exch get 3 get 1 exch sub} }ifelse

AGMCORE_get_ink_data currenttransfer addprocs settransfer

currentdict imageormask_sys

end
}def
/sep_imageormask
{
/sep_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget begin
/MappedCSA CSA map_csa def
begin
SkipImageProc not{
save mark

AGMCORE_avoid_L2_sep_space{
/Decode [ Decode 0 get 255 mul Decode 1 get 255 mul ] def }if
AGMCORE_ccimage_exists
MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq and
currentdict/Components known and
Name () ne and
Name (All) ne and
Operator /image eq and
AGMCORE_producing_seps not and
level2 not and
{
Width Height BitsPerComponent ImageMatrix
[
/DataSource load /exec cvx
{
0 1 2 index length 1 sub{
1 index exch
2 copy get 255 xor put
}for
} /exec cvx
] cvx bind
MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq{
Components aload pop
}{
0 0 0 Components aload pop 1 exch sub
}ifelse
Name findcmykcustomcolor
customcolorimage
}{
AGMCORE_producing_seps not{
level2{
AGMCORE_avoid_L2_sep_space not currentcolorspace 0 get
/Separation ne and{
[/Separation Name MappedCSA sep_proc_name load ]
setcolorspace_opt
/sep_tint AGMCORE_gget setcolor
}if
currentdict imageormask
}{
currentdict
Operator /imagemask eq{
imageormask
}{
sep_imageormask_lev1
}ifelse
}ifelse
}{
AGMCORE_host_sep{
Operator/knockout eq{
currentoverprint InksUsed current_ink not and{
}{
currentdict/ImageMatrix get concat
knockout_unitsq
}ifelse
}{
currentgray 1 ne{
AGMCORE_is_cmyk_sep Name (All) ne and{
level2{
[ /Separation Name [/DeviceGray]
{
sep_colorspace_proc
AGMCORE_get_ink_data
1 exch sub
} bind
] AGMCORE_&setcolorspace
/sep_tint AGMCORE_gget AGMCORE_&setcolor
currentdict imageormask_sys
}{
currentdict
Operator /imagemask eq{
imageormask_sys
}{
sep_image_lev1_sep
}ifelse
}ifelse
}{
Operator/imagemask ne{
invert_image_samples
}if
currentdict imageormask_sys
}ifelse
}{
currentoverprint not Name (All) eq or{
knockout_image_samples
}{
nulldevice
}ifelse
currentdict imageormask_sys
}ifelse
}ifelse
}{
currentcolorspace 0 get /Separation ne{
[/Separation Name MappedCSA sep_proc_name load ]
setcolorspace_opt
/sep_tint AGMCORE_gget setcolor
}if
currentoverprint
MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq and
Name inRip_spot_has_ink not and
Name (All) ne and {
imageormask_l2_overprint
}{
currentdict imageormask
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
cleartomark restore
}if
end
end
}def
/modify_halftone_xfer
{
currenthalftone dup length dict copy begin
currentdict 2 index known{
1 index load dup length dict copy begin
currentdict/TransferFunction known{
/TransferFunction load
}{
currenttransfer
}ifelse
addprocs /TransferFunction xdf
currentdict end def
currentdict end sethalftone
}{
currentdict/TransferFunction known{
/TransferFunction load
}{
currenttransfer
}ifelse
addprocs /TransferFunction xdf
currentdict end sethalftone
pop
}ifelse
}def
/read_image_file
{
AGMCORE_imagefile 0 setfileposition
dup /DataSource {AGMCORE_imagefile AGMCORE_imbuf readstring pop} put exch
load exec
}def
/write_image_file
{
{ (AGMCORE_imagefile) (w+) file } stopped{
false
}{
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_imagefile xddf
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_imbuf Width BitsPerComponent mul 7 add 8 idiv string ddf
1 1 Height {
pop
DataSource dup type /filetype eq{
AGMCORE_imbuf readstring pop
}{
exec
} ifelse
AGMCORE_imagefile exch writestring
}for
true
}ifelse
}def
/imageormask_l2_overprint
{
write_image_file{
currentcmykcolor
0 ne{
[/Separation /Black /DeviceGray {}] setcolorspace
gsave
/Black

cvx modify_halftone_xfer
Operator currentdict read_image_file
grestore
}if
0 ne{
[/Separation /Yellow /DeviceGray {}] setcolorspace
gsave
/Yellow

cvx modify_halftone_xfer
Operator currentdict read_image_file
grestore
}if
0 ne{
[/Separation /Magenta /DeviceGray {}] setcolorspace
gsave
/Magenta

cvx modify_halftone_xfer
Operator currentdict read_image_file
grestore
}if
0 ne{
[/Separation /Cyan /DeviceGray {}] setcolorspace
gsave
/Cyan

cvx modify_halftone_xfer
Operator currentdict read_image_file
grestore
} if
AGMCORE_imagefile closefile (AGMCORE_imagefile) deletefile }{
currentdict imageormask
}ifelse
} def
/indexed_imageormask
{
begin
save mark

currentdict
AGMCORE_host_sep{

Operator/knockout eq{
/indexed_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget /CSA get map_csa
overprint_plate not{
knockout_unitsq
}if
}{
AGMCORE_is_cmyk_sep{
Operator /imagemask eq{
imageormask_sys
}{
level2{
indexed_image_lev2_sep
}{
indexed_image_lev1_sep
}ifelse
}ifelse
}{
currentoverprint not{
knockout_image_samples
imageormask_sys
}{
nulldevice currentdict imageormask_sys
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
}{
level2{
imageormask
}{
Operator /imagemask eq{
imageormask
}{
indexed_imageormask_lev1
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
cleartomark restore
end
}def
/indexed_imageormask_lev1
{
/indexed_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget begin
begin
currentdict
MappedCSA 0 get dup /DeviceRGB eq exch /DeviceCMYK eq or has_color not and{

{HiVal mul round cvi GrayLookup exch get HiVal div}
currenttransfer addprocs settransfer
imageormask
}{

MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceGray eq {
{HiVal mul round cvi Lookup exch get HiVal div}
currenttransfer addprocs settransfer
imageormask
}{
MappedCSA 0 get /DeviceCMYK eq {
currentcolortransfer
{4 mul HiVal mul round cvi 3 add Lookup exch get HiVal
div 1 exch sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{4 mul HiVal mul round cvi 2 add Lookup exch get HiVal
div 1 exch sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{4 mul HiVal mul round cvi 1 add Lookup exch get HiVal
div 1 exch sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{4 mul HiVal mul round cvi Lookup exch get HiVal
div 1 exch sub} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
setcolortransfer
tint_image_to_color
}{
currentcolortransfer
{pop 1} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{3 mul HiVal mul round cvi 2 add Lookup exch get HiVal
div} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{3 mul HiVal mul round cvi 1 add Lookup exch get HiVal
div} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
{3 mul HiVal mul round cvi Lookup exch get HiVal
div} exch addprocs 4 1 roll
setcolortransfer
tint_image_to_color
}ifelse
}ifelse
}ifelse
end end
}def
/indexed_image_lev1_sep
{
/indexed_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget begin
begin
{4 mul HiVal mul round cvi Lookup exch get HiVal div 1 exch sub}
{4 mul HiVal mul round cvi 1 add Lookup exch get HiVal div 1 exch sub}
{4 mul HiVal mul round cvi 2 add Lookup exch get HiVal div 1 exch sub}
{4 mul HiVal mul round cvi 3 add Lookup exch get HiVal div 1 exch sub}

AGMCORE_get_ink_data currenttransfer addprocs settransfer

currentdict imageormask_sys

end end
}def
/indexed_image_lev2_sep
{
/indexed_colorspace_dict AGMCORE_gget begin
begin

currentcolorspace
dup 1 /DeviceGray put
dup 3 [
currentcolorspace 3 get
{
exch 4 mul 4 getinterval {} forall
AGMCORE_get_ink_data 255 div 1 exch sub
} /exec cvx
] cvx put
setcolorspace

currentdict
Operator /imagemask eq{
AGMCORE_&imagemask
}{
AGMCORE_&image
}ifelse

end end
}def
/add_csa
{
Adobe_AGM_Core begin
/AGMCORE_CSA_cache xput
end
}def
/map_csa
{
dup type /nametype eq{
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_CSA_cache get exch get
}if
}def
/add_csd
{
Adobe_AGM_Core begin
/AGMCORE_CSD_cache xput
end
}def
/get_csd
{
dup type /nametype eq{
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_CSD_cache get exch get
}if
}def
/add_pattern
{
Adobe_AGM_Core begin
/AGMCORE_pattern_cache xput
end
}def
/get_pattern
{
dup type /nametype eq{
Adobe_AGM_Core/AGMCORE_pattern_cache get exch get
}if
}def
/set_pattern
{
dup /PatternType get 1 eq{
dup /PaintType get 1 eq{
false op [/DeviceGray] setcolorspace 0 setgray
}if
}if
setpattern
}def
/setcolorspace_opt
{
dup currentcolorspace eq{
pop
}{
setcolorspace
}ifelse
}def
/updatecolorrendering
{

currentcolorrendering/Intent known{
currentcolorrendering/Intent get
}{
null
}ifelse

Intent ne{
false
Intent
AGMCORE_CRD_cache {
exch pop
begin
dup Intent eq{
currentdict setcolorrendering_opt
end
exch pop true exch
exit
}if
end
} forall
pop
not{
systemdict /findcolorrendering known{
Intent findcolorrendering pop
/ColorRendering findresource
dup length dict copy
setcolorrendering_opt
}if
}if
}if
} def
/add_crd
{
AGMCORE_CRD_cache 3 1 roll put
}def
/set_crd
{
AGMCORE_host_sep not level2 and{
currentdict/CRD known{
AGMCORE_CRD_cache CRD get dup null ne{
setcolorrendering_opt
}{
pop
}ifelse
}{
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gsave
nulldevice
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grestore
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push_ctm
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pop_ctm
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setpacking
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[/DeviceGray] add_csa
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Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Tue, 11 May 2004 23:09:26 -0700, "John D." scribbled:

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/11/2004 9:46 PM:

That would be incorrect. Groups with "binaries" in their names are STILL only plain text newsgroups…

You are wrong, any newsgroup can have HTML posted.

And what’s HTML? Why, HTML is… you guessed it, TEXT, plain, ASCII T E X T. It just takes ten times the text to display the same message as you would if you didn’t use the world’s most worthless news client.

It avoids all the usual problems such as viruses, trojans, etc which can easily be placed in binary or html posts.

Those have nothing to do with the reason Usenet is plain text. Usenet predates almost every virus, all trojans and HTML by at least a decade or two. It’s just the way things were in the old mainframe days when usenet was dreamed up.

Crybabies like to make up stuff in order to justify their crying.

So what part did I make up? Post something, anything to refute any of my above statements.

Because of this, most responsible ISPs which actually strip any binary out of posts to Usenet groups unless the group has binary in the title.

EPS files can be posted inside a message and they are not stripped out.

Then they’re not files, they’re TEXT.

EPS files can be posted to ANY newsgroup, binary in the name or not.

The clue store is open 24 hours, head on over, you need a refill.

EPS files are just text, so the filters don’t see them.

You just torpedoed your own argument.
J
JohnDD
May 12, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 12:07 AM:

You just torpedoed your own argument.

It was not an "argument", it was just a statement of fact. EPS files can be posted to any newsgroup, and so can HTML.

You crying about it will not change it.
J
JohnDD
May 12, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 12:07 AM:

EPS files can be posted inside a message and they are not stripped out.

Then they’re not files, they’re TEXT.

Then you have nothing to cry about.

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Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 00:35:31 -0700, "John D." scribbled:

<BR>
<BR>
&gt;&gt; EPS files can be posted inside a message and they are not stripped= out.<BR>
&gt; <BR>
&gt; Then they’re not files, they’re TEXT.<BR> <BR>
<BR>
<B>Then you have nothing to cry about.</B>
</BODY>
</HTML>

I’m not crying, Uni, I’m just pointing out how much a fool you make of yourself over and over.
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Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 00:33:25 -0700, "John D." scribbled:

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 12:07 AM:

You just torpedoed your own argument.

It was not an "argument", it was just a statement of fact. EPS files can be posted to any newsgroup, and so can HTML.

If they’re not attachments (i.e. there’s no field in the text to indicate that decoding needs take place) then they’re NOT files they’re text. All of usenet is plain text it cannot be otherwise.

You crying about it will not change it.

Morphing again? How sad.
J
JohnDD
May 12, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 12:54 AM:

I’m not crying…

You keep telling yourself that.

J
JohnDD
May 12, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 12:55 AM:

they’re NOT
files they’re text.

Then you have no reason to cry about HTML or .EPS files posted to any newsgroup.

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Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 00:59:53 -0700, "John D." scribbled:

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 12:55 AM:

they’re NOT
files they’re text.

Then you have no reason to cry about HTML or .EPS files posted to any newsgroup.

Good old Uni, completely and utterly clueless as always.
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borowski
May 12, 2004
Uh…. what does any of this have to do with Converting 72 dpi to 300 dpi?

On Wed, 12 May 2004 00:57:47 -0700, "John D." wrote:

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 12:54 AM:

I’m not crying…

You keep telling yourself that.
DH
Desert Heat
May 12, 2004
BORING X 2
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Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 11:55:00 GMT, wavy~dave
scribbled:

Uh…. what does any of this have to do with Converting 72 dpi to 300 dpi?

Everything.
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Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 05:19:50 -0700, "Desert Heat" scribbled:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> <HTML><HEAD>
<META http-equiv=3DContent-Type content=3D"text/html; = charset=3Diso-8859-1">
<META content=3D"MSHTML 6.00.2800.1400" name=3DGENERATOR> <STYLE></STYLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D7>BORING&nbsp; X&nbsp; = 2</FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML>

Yes, yes you most certainly are, and retarded too I guess since you couldn’t even quote….
DH
Desert Heat
May 12, 2004
VOIVOD

You used to say some helpful things, but you seem to enjoy "stirring the pot"

Therefore, you are gone form my list and I would hope others do the same thing

THE RESPONSES are BORING and especially you VOIVOD.

"Voivod" wrote in message
: On Wed, 12 May 2004 05:19:50 -0700, "Desert Heat" : scribbled:
:
: ><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> : ><HTML><HEAD>
: ><META http-equiv=3DContent-Type content=3D"text/html; = : >charset=3Diso-8859-1">
: ><META content=3D"MSHTML 6.00.2800.1400" name=3DGENERATOR> : ><STYLE></STYLE>
: ></HEAD>
: ><BODY>
: ><DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D7>BORING&nbsp; X&nbsp; = : >2</FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML> :
: Yes, yes you most certainly are, and retarded too I guess since you : couldn’t even quote….
:
V
Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 10:16:25 -0700, "Desert Heat" scribbled:

VOIVOD

You used to say some helpful things, but you seem to enjoy "stirring the pot"

I still say helpful things, it’s just that you’re not able to recognize them.

Therefore, you are gone form my list and I would hope others do the same thing

Oh goodness! No! Not that! No!

THE RESPONSES are BORING and especially you VOIVOD.

Have a day.

"Voivod" wrote in message
: On Wed, 12 May 2004 05:19:50 -0700, "Desert Heat" : scribbled:
:
: ><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> : ><HTML><HEAD>
: ><META http-equiv=3DContent-Type content=3D"text/html; = : >charset=3Diso-8859-1">
: ><META content=3D"MSHTML 6.00.2800.1400" name=3DGENERATOR> : ><STYLE></STYLE>
: ></HEAD>
: ><BODY>
: ><DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D7>BORING&nbsp; X&nbsp; = : >2</FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML> :
: Yes, yes you most certainly are, and retarded too I guess since you : couldn’t even quote….
:
CZ
cris Zalika
May 12, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 10:33 AM:

I still say helpful things, it’s just that you’re not able to recognize them.

You have made yourself into a troll.
V
Voivod
May 12, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 12:54:27 -0700, Cris Zalika
scribbled:

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 10:33 AM:

I still say helpful things, it’s just that you’re not able to recognize them.

You have made yourself into a troll.

You only see a troll because I don’t paint my replies with sunshine and puppy dogs. I could just as easily say the majority of you have turned yourselves into simpering, whiny, pansies who are so overly sensitive that the slightest hint of ‘rough language’ sends you off into the corner crying for your mommies…
CZ
cris Zalika
May 12, 2004
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 1:42 PM:

On Wed, 12 May 2004 12:54:27 -0700, Cris Zalika
scribbled:

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 10:33 AM:

I still say helpful things, it’s just that you’re not able to recognize them.

You have made yourself into a troll.

You only see a troll because I don’t paint my replies with sunshine and puppy dogs. I could just as easily say the majority of you have turned yourselves into simpering, whiny, pansies who are so overly sensitive that the slightest hint of ‘rough language’ sends you off into the corner crying for your mommies…

Good for you, but you will be seen as a "troll" by many people, if that does not bother you, then fine.
DH
Desert Heat
May 12, 2004
Cris

I assume VOIVOD will need to have the last word.

Thanks for clear comments.

: >> You have made yourself into a troll.
: >
: > You only see a troll because I don’t paint my replies with sunshine : > and puppy dogs. I could just as easily say the majority of you have : > turned yourselves into simpering, whiny, pansies who are so : > overly sensitive that the slightest hint of ‘rough language’ sends you : > off into the corner crying for your mommies…
: >
: >
:
:
: Good for you, but you will be seen as a "troll" by many people, if that does
: not bother you, then fine.
:
:
G
Graytown
May 12, 2004
Is it just me or has anybody noticed that this thread has gone totally off the mark….


http://www.graytown.ca
Design – Photography – Hospitality Marketing Solutions

"Desert Heat" wrote in message
Cris

I assume VOIVOD will need to have the last word.

Thanks for clear comments.

: >> You have made yourself into a troll.
: >
: > You only see a troll because I don’t paint my replies with sunshine : > and puppy dogs. I could just as easily say the majority of you have : > turned yourselves into simpering, whiny, pansies who are so : > overly sensitive that the slightest hint of ‘rough language’ sends you : > off into the corner crying for your mommies…
: >
: >
:
:
: Good for you, but you will be seen as a "troll" by many people, if that does
: not bother you, then fine.
:
:

B
borowski
May 12, 2004
lol… no kidding. I have to check the subject line to remind myself what the original subject is.

Is it just me or has anybody noticed that this thread has gone totally off the mark….
FB
Frederic Banaszak
May 13, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 22:27:53 GMT, "Graytown"
wrote:

Is it just me or has anybody noticed that this thread has gone totally off the mark….

Any time you get Voivoid and Mike (and his Teeming Millions of Aliases) in any kind of discussion, the thread is bound to go a bit off the mark.
CZ
cris Zalika
May 13, 2004
in article Jxxoc.319$, Graytown
at wrote on 05/12/2004 3:27 PM:

Is it just me or has anybody noticed that this thread has gone totally off the mark….

There is no "mark" to hit … threads / topics naturally morph into other subjects, that is just how it is.
CZ
cris Zalika
May 13, 2004
As if it matters.

hahahaha.

in article , wavy~dave at
wrote on 05/12/2004 3:55 PM:

lol… no kidding. I have to check the subject line to remind myself what the original subject is.

Is it just me or has anybody noticed that this thread has gone totally off the mark….
H
Hecate
May 13, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 04:46:45 GMT, Voivod wrote:

Usenet is a plain text, as in ASCII text medium. The only exception to that are groups which contain the word "binaries". It was conceived as a totally t4ext format and has been that way (with the exception of binary groups) ever since. There a re a number of reasons for this.

That would be incorrect. Groups with "binaries" in their names are STILL only plain text newsgroups, that’s why ALL usenet binaries HAVE to be encoded to be posted. Files are encoded IN plain text with reference markers that compliant clients recognize as the beginning and end of ‘something to decode’ (from plain text to a file).

I agree. I was just trying to keep it simple.

It avoids all the usual problems such as viruses, trojans, etc which can easily be placed in binary or html posts. Furthermore, most of the world doesn’t have broadband – just dial-up, often charged by the time you’re online. HTML does nothing but bloat and add to download time.

Those have nothing to do with the reason Usenet is plain text. Usenet predates almost every virus, all trojans and HTML by at least a decade or two. It’s just the way things were in the old mainframe days when usenet was dreamed up.

Yes, I know. But they’re a very good reason for keeping it that way.



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
S
Stephan
May 13, 2004
"Cris Zalika" wrote in message
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 1:42 PM:

Good for you, but you will be seen as a "troll" by many people, if that
does
not bother you, then fine.

Vovoid is calling a dog a dog that’s all.
Some like it, some prefer to call blind people "visually impaired" That doesn’t make him a troll.

Stephan
S
Stephan
May 13, 2004
"John D." wrote in message
in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/11/2004 9:46 PM:

snip

Crybabies like to make up stuff in order to justify their crying.

No all of them, you did not.

Stephan
CJ
Carol J
May 13, 2004
This person is impostering me. If I had to take a guess as to who it is? Hmm……must be the man who has no life, artist mikey. Folks, it’s not me. Yes, I do own psp newsgroups on the ZEPPOLE.COM server (who taught mikey to spell I wonder) and no, I would NEVER come into a photoshop newsgroup and recruit posters, trust me I have plenty. Your best bet is to ignore this a**hole, it’s the only thrill Mikey gets in life is impostering other folks. I don’t even lurk, much less post, to usenet groups anymore, my own groups keep me and my moderators very busy. I just heard about this going on over here this afternoon so again, it’s not me folks. I turn you back over to your regularly scheduled program…………..<g>

Carol J

"Eric Gill" wrote in message Carol J <**.com> wrote in
news:BCC5BA3C.FE22F%**.com:

in article , Eric Gill
at wrote on 05/10/2004 5:40 PM:

There are other options. He can continue to flaunt his ability and little goofballs like you can continue to cry about it.

As soon as he can flaunt his ability, I’m sure that will happen. All he’s done so far is flaunt his ability to run his mouth.

And all you have done is flaunt your ability to cry.

I left out "flaunt his ability to make sock puppets at a ferocious rate."

Sorry.
CZ
cris Zalika
May 13, 2004
in article , Carol J at
wrote on 05/12/2004 7:20 PM:

This person is impostering me.

Slink on back to your private newsgroups.
V
Voivod
May 13, 2004
On Thu, 13 May 2004 01:45:11 +0100, Hecate
scribbled:

On Wed, 12 May 2004 04:46:45 GMT, Voivod wrote:

Usenet is a plain text, as in ASCII text medium. The only exception to that are groups which contain the word "binaries". It was conceived as a totally t4ext format and has been that way (with the exception of binary groups) ever since. There a re a number of reasons for this.

That would be incorrect. Groups with "binaries" in their names are STILL only plain text newsgroups, that’s why ALL usenet binaries HAVE to be encoded to be posted. Files are encoded IN plain text with reference markers that compliant clients recognize as the beginning and end of ‘something to decode’ (from plain text to a file).

I agree. I was just trying to keep it simple.

"All newsgroups are plain text" is as simple as it can possible get. Throwing " The only exception to that are groups which contain the word "binaries"" into the mix is not only false it’s more just adds to the confusion.

It avoids all the usual problems such as viruses, trojans, etc which can easily be placed in binary or html posts. Furthermore, most of the world doesn’t have broadband – just dial-up, often charged by the time you’re online. HTML does nothing but bloat and add to download time.

Those have nothing to do with the reason Usenet is plain text. Usenet predates almost every virus, all trojans and HTML by at least a decade or two. It’s just the way things were in the old mainframe days when usenet was dreamed up.

Yes, I know. But they’re a very good reason for keeping it that way.

They are, but they’re NOT any of the "reasons for this" as you stated. If you want to make things simple, don’t make them complex.
V
Voivod
May 13, 2004
On Wed, 12 May 2004 20:20:20 -0600, "Carol J" scribbled:

</HEAD>
<BODY bgColor=3D#c8e0d8>
<DIV><FONT face=3D"Franklin Gothic Book" color=3D#000080 size=3D4>This = person is=20
impostering me.&nbsp; If I had to take a guess as to who it is?&nbsp;=20

And still posting in HTML…..
CJ
Carol J
May 13, 2004

Your pain is my joy.

in article , Voivod at
wrote on 05/12/2004 8:19 PM:

On Wed, 12 May 2004 20:20:20 -0600, "Carol J" scribbled:

</HEAD>
<BODY bgColor=3D#c8e0d8>
<DIV><FONT face=3D"Franklin Gothic Book" color=3D#000080 size=3D4>This = person is=20
impostering me.&nbsp; If I had to take a guess as to who it is?&nbsp;=20

And still posting in HTML…..

CJ
Carol J
May 13, 2004
Hey, I’m just giving you the information……….what you DO with it is your own business. Goodbye.

"Voivod" wrote in message On Wed, 12 May 2004 20:20:20 -0600, "Carol J" scribbled:

</HEAD>
<BODY bgColor=3D#c8e0d8>
<DIV><FONT face=3D"Franklin Gothic Book" color=3D#000080 size=3D4>This = person is=20
impostering me.&nbsp; If I had to take a guess as to who it is?&nbsp;=20

And still posting in HTML…..

CP
Colonel Polyps
May 13, 2004
Re: The REAL Carol J….Look here you sadistic cunt. Stick your cross up your ass. We have been in the Washington area for 240 years.

You Catholic panzies are going down hard.

voodoo disease 666

"Carol J" <**.com…

Your pain is my joy.

in article wrote on 05/12/2004 8:19 PM:

On Wed, 12 May 2004 20:20:20 -0600, "Carol J" scribbled:

</HEAD>
<BODY bgColor=3D#c8e0d8>
<DIV><FONT face=3D"Franklin Gothic Book" color=3D#000080 size=3D4>This = person is=20
impostering me.&nbsp; If I had to take a guess as to who it is?&nbsp;=20

And still posting in HTML…..

S
Stephan
May 13, 2004
"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC844A6.FEEE7%**.com…
Your pain is my joy.

Yep, that’s a Mikey loser macro that one.
Poor Mickey

Stephan
CJ
Carol J
May 13, 2004
in article EzNoc.51823$, Stephan at
wrote on 05/13/2004 9:42 AM:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC844A6.FEEE7%**.com…
Your pain is my joy.

Yep, that’s a Mikey loser macro that one.
Poor Mickey

Here is another one for you…

Your paranoia is my joy.

H
howldog
May 13, 2004
On Thu, 13 May 2004 10:09:45 -0700, Carol J <**.com> wrote:

in article EzNoc.51823$, Stephan at
wrote on 05/13/2004 9:42 AM:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC844A6.FEEE7%**.com…
Your pain is my joy.

Yep, that’s a Mikey loser macro that one.
Poor Mickey

Here is another one for you…

Your paranoia is my joy.

heres another.

your idiocy is my killfilter.

until you change your name again….. adios
CJ
Carol J
May 13, 2004
in article , howldog at
wrote on 05/13/2004 10:30 AM:

On Thu, 13 May 2004 10:09:45 -0700, Carol J <**.com> wrote:

in article EzNoc.51823$, Stephan at
wrote on 05/13/2004 9:42 AM:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC844A6.FEEE7%**.com…
Your pain is my joy.

Yep, that’s a Mikey loser macro that one.
Poor Mickey

Here is another one for you…

Your paranoia is my joy.

heres another.

your idiocy is my killfilter.

until you change your name again….. adios

Good, the more people that filter "Carol J" the better.

hahahaha.
S
Stephan
May 14, 2004
"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC906C9.FF085%**.com…
in article , howldog at
wrote on 05/13/2004 10:30 AM:

heres another.

your idiocy is my killfilter.

until you change your name again….. adios

Good, the more people that filter "Carol J" the better.
hahahaha.

You poor old imbecile,
People will filter " ,the
real Carol J.
You are so stupid it’s pathetic…

Stephan
CJ
Carol J
May 14, 2004
in article 6GUoc.52342$, Stephan at
wrote on 05/13/2004 5:46 PM:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC906C9.FF085%**.com…
in article , howldog at
wrote on 05/13/2004 10:30 AM:

heres another.

your idiocy is my killfilter.

until you change your name again….. adios

Good, the more people that filter "Carol J" the better.
hahahaha.

You poor old imbecile,
People will filter " ,the
real Carol J.
You are so stupid it’s pathetic…

Stephan

Thank you, Stephan.

H
Hecate
May 14, 2004
On Fri, 14 May 2004 00:46:58 GMT, "Stephan"
wrote:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC906C9.FF085%**.com…
in article , howldog at
wrote on 05/13/2004 10:30 AM:

heres another.

your idiocy is my killfilter.

until you change your name again….. adios

Good, the more people that filter "Carol J" the better.
hahahaha.

You poor old imbecile,
People will filter " ,the
real Carol J.
You are so stupid it’s pathetic…
No, he’s not stupid, it’s just that his brain cell was tired out…



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
S
Stephan
May 14, 2004
"Hecate" wrote in message
On Fri, 14 May 2004 00:46:58 GMT, "Stephan"
wrote:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC906C9.FF085%**.com…
in article , howldog
at
wrote on 05/13/2004 10:30 AM:

heres another.

your idiocy is my killfilter.

until you change your name again….. adios

Good, the more people that filter "Carol J" the better.
hahahaha.

You poor old imbecile,
People will filter "
,the
real Carol J.
You are so stupid it’s pathetic…
No, he’s not stupid, it’s just that his brain cell was tired out…
Did he finally got a real brain cell?

Stephan
D
DE
May 14, 2004
in article K1Zoc.52370$, Stephan at
wrote on 05/13/2004 10:45 PM:

"Hecate" wrote in message
On Fri, 14 May 2004 00:46:58 GMT, "Stephan"
wrote:

"Carol J" <**.com> wrote in message
news:BCC906C9.FF085%**.com…
in article , howldog
at
wrote on 05/13/2004 10:30 AM:

heres another.

your idiocy is my killfilter.

until you change your name again….. adios

Good, the more people that filter "Carol J" the better.
hahahaha.

You poor old imbecile,
People will filter "
,the
real Carol J.
You are so stupid it’s pathetic…
No, he’s not stupid, it’s just that his brain cell was tired out…
Did he finally got a real brain cell?

Stephan

Do you goofballs ever figure out that your opinions don’t matter and that it is just fun to get you to write goofy things in the newsgroup?
BN
Bill Newton
May 14, 2004
"DE" wrote in message

Do you goofballs ever figure out that your opinions don’t matter
…snip

And the opinion ‘you’ express above does matter??????

Go figure :-))))))

Bill Newton.
D
DE
May 14, 2004
in article c81v24$oa6$, Bill Newton at
wrote on 05/14/2004 1:12 AM:

"DE" wrote in message

Do you goofballs ever figure out that your opinions don’t matter
..snip

And the opinion ‘you’ express above does matter??????

Obviously it does not matter, just like any other opinion it is written for the author’s amusement. What you, or any reader, thinks is just a side issue.
S
Stephan
May 14, 2004
"DE" wrote in message
in article c81v24$oa6$, Bill Newton at
wrote on 05/14/2004 1:12 AM:

"DE" wrote in message

Do you goofballs ever figure out that your opinions don’t matter
..snip

And the opinion ‘you’ express above does matter??????

Obviously it does not matter, just like any other opinion it is written
for
the author’s amusement. What you, or any reader, thinks is just a side issue.

Sounds like Mickey has followers after all.

Stephan
H
Hecate
May 15, 2004
On Fri, 14 May 2004 08:12:52 +0000 (UTC), "Bill Newton" wrote:

"DE" wrote in message

Do you goofballs ever figure out that your opinions don’t matter
..snip

And the opinion ‘you’ express above does matter??????

Go figure :-))))))

Bill Newton.
<g> What he fails to realise is that we enjoy having a laugh at his expense 🙂



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
G
Graytown
May 15, 2004
Guys… quit the battle… nobody’s gonna win here…

All that’s going to happen is that you end up ridiculing yourselves.

Rohit
http://www.graytown.ca
Design – Photography – Hospitality Marketing Solutions

"Hecate" wrote in message
On Fri, 14 May 2004 08:12:52 +0000 (UTC), "Bill Newton" wrote:

"DE" wrote in message

Do you goofballs ever figure out that your opinions don’t matter
..snip

And the opinion ‘you’ express above does matter??????

Go figure :-))))))

Bill Newton.
<g> What he fails to realise is that we enjoy having a laugh at his expense 🙂



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui
D
DE
May 15, 2004
That is because they still are under the mistaken impression that there is something to "win". So they still struggle.

I enjoy watching them struggle.

in article 7kgpc.12800$,
Graytown at wrote on 05/14/2004 8:41 PM:

Guys… quit the battle… nobody’s gonna win here…

All that’s going to happen is that you end up ridiculing yourselves.
Rohit
http://www.graytown.ca
Design – Photography – Hospitality Marketing Solutions

"Hecate" wrote in message
On Fri, 14 May 2004 08:12:52 +0000 (UTC), "Bill Newton" wrote:

"DE" wrote in message

Do you goofballs ever figure out that your opinions don’t matter
..snip

And the opinion ‘you’ express above does matter??????

Go figure :-))))))

Bill Newton.
<g> What he fails to realise is that we enjoy having a laugh at his expense 🙂



Hecate

veni, vidi, reliqui

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