When they arrive in my Inbox they have the extension .dat and are unopenable in Explorer.
A phone call confirms that they have been saved as jpegs and are perfectly valid and that furthermore Bill Gates is the spawn of the Devil.
So, to cut a long story short they are...
1. cmyk mode
2. have an original extension of JPEG on the Mac(4 characters after the point).
Personally, I've always found this irksome in the extreme and normally I keep my pet-hates to myself. But, last night, schmoozing at a reception at the British Design Council, I encountered a group of product designers and web integrators (I.E. PC-based unlike the "traditional" designers who predominated) and mentioned this in passing. The response was immediate. They had all fallen foul of this and most had either figured it out for themselves or else had the file re-sent in a different format.
Has any Satori user discovered this for him/her self and how do you deal with it?
Hoping someone can offer insight.
- CMYK JPEG files from Photoshop on a Mac by Mark Graham at Nov. 04, 2000 6:51 am gmt (Rec'd 2)
- Re: CMYK JPEG files from Photoshop on a Mac by Adam Yalonetsky at Nov. 04, 2000 1:04 pm gmt (Rec'd 1)