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every sweet pumpkin or shore, and she'll steadily cook everybody

From: S. U. de Haro <blackspot_at_ywinmiso.edu.pe>
Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2003 03:17:18 GMT
Message-ID: <3B82C92B.0ED4D431@ywinmiso.edu.pe>



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series, they sometimes choose to post an "index" picture that contains the entire series, each at a smaller scale. This is great, it gives everyone a chance to see if they're interested in the series at all, but this does NOT mean that the poster should not use descriptions in the individual postings! And a description of "this is the third pictures from the index I posted the other day" doesn't cut it, either. As for the "index" posting itself, a simple description of the entire series is probably in order, but it's not necessary to describe each picture of the series. Also, make sure that the index pictures aren't so small as to make them unrecognizable - otherwise you're just wasting bandwidth! The best format for an index posting is nearly always going to be JPEG, since it can handle 24 bits worth of color. Even if the pictures of the index are all 8-bit GIFs (256 colors), it's very unlikely that they all use the *same* 256 colors - posting the index in GIF loses *a lot* of color, since all the in Received on Mon Dec 01 2003 - 21:17:18 CST

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