• Subject: Re: Have you read this?
  • From: "L. S. Russell" <leslier@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2000 10:49:54 -0600

> Don't fret over download times.  None of the code is that big.  So far as
> the images are concerned, the real problem comes with the text.  Resizing
> images or Lossing them takes away the text's appearance to fast.
There is a work around, reduce the image in 10% or 15% increments, then
between reductions sharpen the image. 
This will work up to a point, but you are right 200 x 150 is too small
to actually see what is written on the screen. 
Maybe what we could do is create an image large enough to get the feel
of the program, and then a thumbnail of that image could be posted
beside the description. That way users can click on the thumbnail to see
a bigger shot and download times would remain low.
Does that sound like a good idea? 

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L. S. Russell Programmer/Analyst
Datrek Professional Bags, Inc.
2413 Industrial Drive
Springfield, TN. 37172
mailto:leslier@datrek.com
http://www.datrek.com
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