LGP-21 Hardware Training Manual

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: Wed Sep 22 08:45:36 2004

>>>>> "Tom" == Tom Jennings <tomj_at_wps.com> writes:

 Tom> Scanning is mostly done, and it's indexed and on the web at
 Tom> http://wps.com/projects/LGP-21/Documentation/LGP-21-Maintenance-Training-Manual/index.html

 Tom> I scanned only the first 50 or so A-sized pages, but all the
 Tom> B-sized (large) schematics etc are there.

 Tom> It's missing the memory alignment info, which are in the later
 Tom> pages. Now that I got the new perl script done (it's not that
 Tom> big a deal, it was simply a matter of time to complete it) I'll
 Tom> finish scanning probably this week.

 Tom> PS: to John Foust (I think it was) that politely reminded me
 Tom> some time ago of the obvious fact that JPEGs are lossy. I did
 Tom> everything in TIFF format, but my browser (konqueror) would not
 Tom> load TIFF images! Oddly, when I hovered the mouse over an image
 Tom> link, it would say on the status line "/path/etc/foo.tiff (X
 Tom> bytes, TIFF format)" but not display it. So I had to convert to
 Tom> JPEG, sigh. I have the TIFFs should I stumble upon a solution.

Try PNG, or even GIF. Either handles line graphics just fine. JPG is
for photos only and will clobber the detail on line art.

Don't feel too bad, there are many supposed professionals who get this
wrong. Just look at the many websites out there that have JPG logos.

Received on Wed Sep 22 2004 - 08:45:36 BST

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