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On Oct 3, 2007, at 4:27 PM, jekillen wrote:
On Oct 3, 2007, at 6:42 AM, Norberto Meijome wrote:
You may have to use a program like Photoshop; Mac version to do the
work. I have been using Mac since 1996 and have seen pict files but
have avoided them mostly
in favor of tif or jpeg. I do not have any Classic Mac
installations and do not do graphics as much as I used to but I
don't recall even seeing pict as a file option for
graphics software on Mac, Photoshop, or other program that edits
Since X11 can be installed on OSX and Gimp will run on Mac under
X11, I would think that it would have accommodation for that.
I just launched it and did not see that as a save as option. There
is a stripped down version of Photoshop available, Photoshop Elements
I have a load of .pict files which I can't seem to be able to open
with anything under FBSD. I just want to convert them into
something more useful (jpg / tiff / svg).
ImageMagick doesn't understand it, so i think this is the Packbits
compressed .PICT filetype. neither Gimp or XV like them either.
file doesn't identify the files either.
Alternatively, any tool I can script under OSX to conver them to
something useful? (FYI, 'Preview' under Tiger doens't recognise
them either, but I can drag them just fine into an Omnigraffle Pro
One of these files is at http://www.meijome.net/files/freebsd/
"Intellectual: 'Someone who has been educated beyond his/her
Arthur C. Clarke, from "3001, The Final Odyssey", Sources.
I speak for myself, not my employer. Contents may be hot. Slippery
when wet. Reading disclaimers makes you go blind. Writing them is
worse. You have been Warned.
that may do it without the cost of Photoshop.
But there is probably someone with more knowledge on this than I.
Save it from OmniGraffle as a pdf (via the Export option), then
anything should be able to convert it from there (like Preview).\
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