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Topic # 79523 18-Mar-2011 13:46
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Just wondering why sometimes certain pictures fail, be they through Safari or if i download and save then transfer to the iPad or iPhone4 they display in a lurid pink!

Have done a reasonable search but haven't found anything that mentions the spec required for the kit on .jpg. As example
it happens with the following two :

http://www.evatco.com.au/project_files/dud120.jpg

and

http://www.evatco.com.au/project_files/dud120-2.jpg

It's more an interest at this stage as the site hosting the images may be the cause but when the .jpgs display perfectly well
on any Mac or PC i'd like to know what the cause is...

Thanks.

see:

https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blog7c4bc57bdef0f00bd50fcdb590f576fc.jpg


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  Reply # 449585 18-Mar-2011 13:59
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Being Apple products, I think they're just embarrassed to be displaying pictures of naked circuits. *Vintage* naked circuits at that.

//Rule 34, man, you know it's true.




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