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[aprssig] APRS Frequency info?

Ray Wells vk2tv at exemail.com.au
Mon Jul 7 08:27:35 UTC 2008


Never had an issue with Irfanview here but then I don't trust Microshaft 
to protect my computer.

Ray vk2tv

Dave Baxter wrote:

>Hi...
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>Note that Irfanview can seriously "P" off some security/AV system
>programs, particularly those that check for programs that run code in
>data buffers (DEP).  It's doubtful Irfanview is malicious, but take
>care.   Some versions of Vista, and later incarnations of XP with all
>security settings enabled, may complain, or even prevent it running.
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>From: Stephen H. Smith [mailto:wa8lmf2 at aol.com] 
>Sent: 05 July 2008 06:03
>To: bruninga at usna.edu; TAPR APRS Mailing List
>Subject: Re: [aprssig] APRS Frequency info?
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>Then twiddle the resulting images in Photoshop.  Jack up the contrast,
>crop and resize from it's native multi-megapixel resolution to something
>like 320x240, reduce the color depth from photographic high-color to 256
>colors (you'll never notice the difference on screen shots or images of
>maps) and save as a GIF image.  If you don't have PhotoShop, the
>freeware IrfanView program from <http://irfanview.com>
><http://irfanview.com>  can perform these operations just about as well.
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>That sounds nice, I intend to take a good look at that later, What's the
>"unoficial bugfix" version (KomPozer) like? 
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>73
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>Dave G0WBX
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