Hello and a big thankyou to benjidog,r58484956,dom,tonga,hugh maclean,tanker,old bosun and bobby388 for your warm welcome and help with my requests.My sincere apologies for the delay in replying to you but I am still trying to work out how the site works and am probaly putting this message in the wrong place now.At least I,ve learned how to turn the damned machine on .Looking forward to further discussion. Joe (H)
Chief Engineer's Daughter
4th June 2006, 21:28
Turning the damn machine on is an excellent starting point!
5th June 2006, 00:55
Welcom aboard, dont be afraid to experiment, we all had to learn Joe. I am still learning now mate.
5th June 2006, 09:12
Keep going Joe - your're doing fine.
We all learn by our mistakes so don't worry about cocking things up now and again - we all do it!
6th June 2006, 07:22
If you think its tough up in the Northern climes where these dreaded machines were invented, spare a thought for all of us downunder!!..trying to figure all of this jargon out here.
Still don't understand what 'JPEG' means.
In computing (bword://!!ARV6FUJ2JP,computing/), JPEG (pronounced jay-peg) is a commonly used standard method of lossy compression (bword://!!ARV6FUJ2JP,lossy%20compression/) for photographic images. The file format (bword://!!ARV6FUJ2JP,file%20format/) which employs this compression is commonly also called JPEG; the most common file extensions (bword://!!ARV6FUJ2JP,file%20extension/) for this format are .jpeg, .jfif, .jpg, .JPG, or .JPE although .jpg is the most common on all platforms.