As it works with (seemingly) all forms of *nix, I think the
problem may be an OS conversion problem, but the following is only a
guess. On my Windows 98 box, none of the graphics show up correctly in
Opera 6.05 or Netscape 7.0, but almost all show up in IE 6 (gasp, IE
seems to actually be MORE compatible for once). My guess is that it could
be that you're creating these images on a *nix box, and then someone
viewed them with Windows or a Mac, and the difference between the newline
characters (or some other such oddity between the OSes) made the images
And when viewing the jpg of the logo, all of the browsers generate a
parse error when loading the image. I've never seen a parse error on an
image, I didn't know that could happen.
But to actually help, it would be useful to know why you think that these
images don't work properly.
To err is human
To really screw up you need a computer
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