[XeTeX] XeTeX version 0.6 graphics driver

Ross Moore ross at ics.mq.edu.au
Sat May 8 11:08:12 CEST 2004

On 08/05/2004, at 4:51 PM, Bruno Voisin wrote:

> Hi Ross,
> My previous message was damaged upon sending, due apparently to 
> invisible
> non-ASCII characters, I'm trying again after minor editing.
> Is it possible for you to resend your message with all the attached 
> files
> put together as one single archive at the end of the message?

Here it is.

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>  Attached
> here at the end is a screenshot of how your message appears with the
> webmail system I've got to use from home: cut in pieces with text and
> attachments as separate attached files.

Shades of  Mac OS Classic.

> Also, there are two xetex.png:
> - one of type application/applefile that can't be opened from the 
> Finder,
> and contains a key "GraphicConverter";

resources ?

> - and the other of type image/png which opens normally with Preview, 
> and
> contains a key "Adobe Photoshop".
> Are these two alternative versions, created with GraphicConverter and
> Adobe Photoshop respectively?

If Jonathan's original JPG was made using Photoshop,
then that may explain it. This will be the data-fork
and the other contains the preview images and icons.

> Sorry for the inconvenience,

No problem.
The attached archive should contain just single unix files,
with the `data-fork' only.



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