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JPG or JPEG that is the question ;-)

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Old 05-24-2002, 08:33 PM
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Good catch, Roger...

I'm now able to "see" the files with the .jpegs extension, but PS (5.5, anyway) won't open them through the Open As... dialog box.

Are you able to open them w/PS 6 via Open As... ?

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Old 05-24-2002, 08:50 PM
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Photophil says: Most of the jpeg's are in the temporary internet folder. I can still double click a jpeg and it will open in photoshop but I just can't see it in the open file dialog of photoshop.
I see a lot of .jpeg file extensions in my temporary internet folder also -- perhaps Margaret or someone can explain, but I THINK those are mainly files that our browser (IF using IE ) is downloading to look at web pages, rather than any files that we have tried to download as .jpg for our own use. I didn't find any files with .jpeg extensions in my folders of image files downloaded from here or anywhere else on the web. I did have the same problem with PShop 6 not seeing or opening up files with the .jpeg extension. I experimented with naming files .jpeg and the Open As did SEE the file and OPENED it -- but I had at least one instance where it did NOT-- I may have goofed somewhere or there may be another variable (?)

When I saved the file that I had named with a .jpeg extension in PShop, PShop automatically gave it a .jpg file extension.

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Old 05-24-2002, 09:09 PM
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P. S. (I can see why Doug has length limits on posts -- this is going on awfully LONG)

Aha! I just noticed that if I use "Save Picture as" to download images from here, they are named .jpg, but when I used "Save Target as", the file was given the .jpeg extension and was lost unless I used the "Open with" in PShop.
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Old 05-24-2002, 10:32 PM
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On my old computer I could open via the Open As dialog box and choosing jpg but I don't remember if I highlighted the image and clicked open or if I double clicked the image.
You know how the memory fades as we (I) get older
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Old 05-24-2002, 11:26 PM
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You know how the memory fades as we (I) get older?
How well I know, Roger... How well I know. What were we talking about, anyway?

The good news:
My kids are now at the ages (4 and 6) where they keep me real honest, so when in doubt I have them as a backup resource!
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Old 05-25-2002, 08:42 AM
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Yessss!! It worked with ps6 and win98se. Thanks
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