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Thread: ok, need to know how to open an image with the extention: art

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    Swiftdev Founder 98svt's Avatar
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    Ok you graphics gurus, what exactly is an art image format and how do I open it or covert it to something I can edit?

    Mike

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    i think it's a God-forsaken Microsoft image format.

    double-click the file. what happens? does your image editing program open?

    seems to me that Photoshop, Paint, or Image Viewer would show that format.

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    I've tried Photoshop 6.0
    Freehand 10
    Illustrator 9
    Real Draw
    MS Paint!
    Micrographix
    Uhm.... a few others, it will not open to save my life?

    Mike

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    Try importing it into flash. if that fails, try opening the file with either quicktime, windows media player, or IE.


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    Found out it is an AOL image. So I installed AOL, opened the images, then saved them as jpg's. Worked great.

    Thanks guys for the help.

    Mike

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    No we know what to do when we encounter AOL images...


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    It was a long shot, but had no choice. I don't know if I should get rid of AOL now or not? Keep it around for funky images!

    Mike

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    I'd just leave it on the system...just don't let it become your default browser...


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