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 PostPost subject: Funny: Windowsce/00LOGO.JPG        Posted: Sat Aug 09, 2008 9:27 pm 
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I was cruising around the Microsoft FTP server looking for IEAK 5.0 and I came across 007LOGO.JPG. I have no idea why it's there. Anyone know anything about it? It's kinda funny.

ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/Products/Windows/Windowsce/

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Aug 09, 2008 9:51 pm 
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that has to be the biggest picture i have ever seen online


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Someone found this a long time back. I'm pretty sure its posted somewhere on BA already. I have to admit its pretty big in resolution though.

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whats a .EPS file?


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Aug 09, 2008 11:10 pm 
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Andy wrote:
Someone found this a long time back. I'm pretty sure its posted somewhere on BA already. I have to admit its pretty big in resolution though.

I believe it's been posted twice. Once by me and once by clt_42.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Aug 09, 2008 11:29 pm 
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inxsfan92 wrote:
whats a .EPS file?


It's a Vector image format iirc, so it can theoretically be scaled infinitely

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun Aug 10, 2008 2:52 am 
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hounsell wrote:
inxsfan92 wrote:
whats a .EPS file?


It's a Vector image format iirc, so it can theoretically be scaled infinitely

I don't think it is, this is what I got from Wikipedia.

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Encapsulated PostScript, or EPS, is a DSC-conforming PostScript document with additional restrictions intended to make EPS files usable as a graphics file format. In other words, EPS files are more-or-less self-contained, reasonably predictable PostScript documents that describe an image or drawing, that can be placed within another PostScript document.

At a minimum, an EPS file contains a BoundingBox DSC comment, describing the rectangle containing the image described by the EPS file. Applications can use this information to lay out the page, even if they are unable to directly render the PostScript inside.

EPS, together with DSC's Open Structuring Conventions, form the basis of early versions of the Adobe Illustrator Artwork file format.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encapsulated_PostScript


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun Aug 10, 2008 4:05 am 
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He's right, and so is Wikipedia.


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun Aug 10, 2008 8:58 am 
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logicaL wrote:
hounsell wrote:
inxsfan92 wrote:
whats a .EPS file?


It's a Vector image format iirc, so it can theoretically be scaled infinitely

I don't think it is, this is what I got from Wikipedia.

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Encapsulated PostScript, or EPS, is a DSC-conforming PostScript document with additional restrictions intended to make EPS files usable as a graphics file format. In other words, EPS files are more-or-less self-contained, reasonably predictable PostScript documents that describe an image or drawing, that can be placed within another PostScript document.

At a minimum, an EPS file contains a BoundingBox DSC comment, describing the rectangle containing the image described by the EPS file. Applications can use this information to lay out the page, even if they are unable to directly render the PostScript inside.

EPS, together with DSC's Open Structuring Conventions, form the basis of early versions of the Adobe Illustrator Artwork file format.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encapsulated_PostScript

Basically it means that it's a code file that is put through some sort of interpreter which makes a picture based on the instructions inside that file. As the image is made on the spot, it is able to be scaled to whatever size is needed.

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