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Response headers include: Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8 This is a message from the server to the browser telling it that the data it's sending is of a certain type (text/plain with UTF-8 encoding in this case), and the browser should interpret the data as such. The way the data is eventually displayed is up to the browser, but the browser should ...


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I have been having a hard time with this too, and I'm pretty sure I've figured it out. For whatever reason, Photoshop is having trouble because the file is so TALL. Try saving the file into two vertical sections, so that each is 50% of the original file height. When you try to save a slice for web now, it should default to 100%.


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I prefer using command line tools such as ImageMagick for this type of work. You can install IM with Homebrew: brew install imagemagick Afterwards you can do convert *.jpg output.pdf and if the resulting PDF is a bit too big you can try: convert -quality 60 *.jpg output.pdf Of course ImageMagick also works on other Unix systems, and even on cygwin.


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I think there are two things to try. A: Changing default folder settings. Go to Windows Explorer. Choose the option 'Tools' at the top, next choose for the 'Folder' option in the menu. Click the second tab called 'View'. Make sure you deselect the option 'Always show icons, never thumbnails'. Click on the 'Apply' button, also click on the 'Apply to ...


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This link: importing-eps-files-into-inkscape contains a very detailed tutorial on how to do this and it worked perfectly for me. It is based on instructions found at inkscapeforum.com, specifically this quote from eelke: Inkscape's PS and EPS import now uses Ghostscript instead of pstoedit. If you need to open files of these types, install Ghostscript ...


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If you know how to use the command line and the OS X Terminal, you might be able to gather some useful troubleshooting information using the built-in "tiffutil" program. Navigate to Applications > Utilities > Terminal.app Clicking on the app opens a terminal window. Get more information by typing this at the prompt: tiffutil -info ...


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The link that Reeves posted led to creating a .ps1 file with this script inside of it. Running this new file in Windows Power Shell did open File Explorer pointing to the background image. I had to change the ExecutionPolicy to allow PS to run .ps1 files. However, opening PS each time and then running command was more of a hassle than I wanted, so I read ...


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I have found a website that has a script you can download and run on your machine, it gives you a popup for the location and name of the image running on your background. The reason you can't get your Windows 7 tweak to work is because the information is stored differently in the registry in Windows 8. In Windows 7 it's in plain text (plain English) and in ...


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There is a GIMP Procedure call, intended to be used from scripts and plug-ins, which can be called directly from the interactive prompts. Here is an example Python session that retrieves a reference the last image open in GIMP, and applies a [2, 0, 0, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0, 1] transform to it. You can get to the Python console in GIMP in ...


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Preview application makes it easier: 1) select all your images in Finder (you can sort by type in Finder) 2) right click on selection, choose Open or Open in Application Preview All files should be opened in one window with side scroller. At this scroller transparency images will be showed with gray background.


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There is another way to eliminate the extra space in the wrapped text in Word 2010. When selecting the manner of word wrapping (I use the "through" option) -- additionally in that option box, select "edit wrap points." Then stretch the "wrap box" downward below the picture to include the space where you will be adding the caption box. This seems to isolate ...


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The easiest way is to right click to floder and propertis, and after on this tab click for image selecting or in the picture "Kép választás" and now you can search the icon for the floder.: Is there way for can change to this small icon, but this to complicate. Just crate a icon and replace it. (If the picture is too small, you can view also in here.)


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For what it is worth, I'm running a GEGL enabled v2.9 of GIMP installed and updated through    Ubuntu specific sudo add-apt-repository ppa:otto-kesselgulasch/gimp-edge sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gimp gimp-resynthesizer I wonder if not: Menu: Filters > Generic > Convolution Matrix ... might be what you're after?


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i don't know why you are having compatibility issues, but you can use bookmarklets as work arounds for user agent styles. i made this little guy here for changing the images background color in chrome: ...


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Try the following which will render grey scale around the font Go to registry HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop search for FontSmoothingGamma Double-click mouse on FONTSMOOTHINGGAMMA enter anything between 150 and 190 hexadecimal.(the higher the value, the thinner the fonts.) Make sure cleartype is turned on Control Panel\Appearance and ...


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You can perform the task simply by appending the following alias to your shell startup scripts (bashrc (or similar)) alias prefresh='echo "tell application \"Preview\" to activate" | osascript -' Then just invoke the alias when you need it.


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You can do this with the following VBA code. It counts the shapes in the document, checks their width against the available space on the page, and resizes if necessary. Note that Word has two different collections for Shapes and InlineShapes, hence the two different For loops. Also, it uses a series of If/ElseIf statements to identify the page width based on ...


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You state this: I’m using a 3G dongle with my laptop so I thought it was due to the low speed connection so I tested it at work with an optical fiber connection but it looked always pixelated. I am not too sure who your 3G provider is or work ISP provider is, but this all sounds like proxy servers somewhere on the network connection reprocessing ...


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You could try converting to a lossless image type instead of outputting more TIFF files. AFAIK, ImageMagick avoids recompression at all costs; but since it's throwing warnings that the original file is using old style compression (TIFF Revision 6 JPEG prior to Technote 2) it may be recompressing them anyway causing lower quality. Try a lossless format ...


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NOTE: This is not an answer to the question, but a description of some of my findings From what I can tell, the files are a custom archive format and they're probably compressed using DEFLATE since compressing them using ZIP didn't change the filesizes much while compressing using RAR, did. Each file looks like it starts with the file signature 32 30 53 52 ...


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go to my computer than right click on Local Disk C:/ drive and go to properties and then click on the disk cleanup button make sure the Thumbnails box is checked and hit ok. iv tried everything under the sun and clearing the cache for tumbnails worked for me windows 7 ultimate


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The ".img" extension can be put on a file with any format whatsoever. Only the creators of the file know what's in there, so ask them. The file content may well be obfuscated, and require proprietary deobfuscation software to see what's in there. As a last resort, you could open the file with a hex editor to look for clues.


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Using a 'for' loop will definitely work - and is a good general technique - but you almost certainly have more than 1 processor on your machine, so why do just one conversion at a time? You can get things moving a lot quicker if you do: find *.jpg | xargs -n1 -P8 -I{} convert -resize 20% "{}" "opt-{}" The arguments to xargs are: n1 - Only give ...


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My method is similar to Marcus's, but works a little better for me when the images are all different sizes and you don't want the PDF to just be all 8.5x11 but to keep each page the size of the original image. Open the first image in Preview Show thumbnails (Command-option-2) Drag any additional images to the sidebar After this we diverge: Select all ...


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Try this: copy the transparent image, paste into MS Word. THEN copy it (or drag/drop) from word and paste it to the other target program. I found a paste into Visio from Chrome turns black, but works properly in Word, and then copied from Word it pastes properly and transparently into Visio.


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This depends on purpose you want it for. If you want a large file scope, use .jpg or .jpeg. Slightly rarer is .png If you want an easily zoomable image use a .svg Use .gif for an animated image.


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When an image is uploaded to Google image search it is processed to get a profile and then that profile is compared to other profiles of images. So the format makes little difference; PNG, JPGE, GIF, TIFF, etc… The format does not matter. But what does matter is size, quality and resolution. The better of all/any of those and the better the results. As ...


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I don't think there is a "Best" file format for images when it comes to search engines. Typically file formats that will show up most often would be JPG and PNG. Unless you search specifically for a different image format, will you get them. So I guess you could say the best would be either JPG or PNG.


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Imagemagick's mogrifycan do this Your original (I converted it to BMP as it was PNG in SuperUser) mogrify -format png -transparent #00ffff *bmp You can also convert colours at the same time mogrify -format png -fill grey -opaque #FF00FF -transparent #00ffff *bmp Your image's shadow has an anti-aliased edge using colours like #FF96FF which ...


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Word/Mac can import all of the most popular graphics formats: GIF PNG JPEG TIFF BMP EPS PICT and more http://word.mvps.org/faqs/drwgrphcs/graphicformats.htm https://support.office.com/client/Graphic-file-types-you-can-insert-and-save-dad53574-3384-4ced-b472-348d37c326a7


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Make sure that the image you are copying to is in RGB color mode - it was most likely in indexed mode with a limited set of colors.


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Well, you may try opening this image with some other photo editing software. Sometimes this may result due to the incompatibility between the image and image editing software. If that works , great! Otherwise try using some image repair software available online. For Jpeg images, try Jpeg Repair Software.



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