Re: Not A Very Friendly Group Here CONTINUED
- From: "Fat Sam" <samandjanetknox@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2007 19:16:41 GMT
Arthur Reilly wrote:
As far as my comments about this being an unfriendly group, I'll let
some of the quotes I receive speak for themselves.
"WebTV should never have been let outside the confines of their own
"Toddle along now, Junior."
"He's not using a program, he can't use programs, he's accessing the
net with a toy."
"There are worse things than being ignored, as you are about to
"Would you like some cheese with that?"
"pouting is unmanly
and very unattractive
I am sure you did not mean to offend BUT"
I'll concede I may have posted to the incorrect group. My assumption
was that a discussion group on Graphics would know how to solve my
As far as Web TV goes, I know it doesn't compare to a computer that
runs photoshop. In any case, it allows me and my family to get
online and enjoy many of the wonderful things the internet has to
It's true that .jpg photos don't support transparency, but you'll note
that the photo on the link I had provided was in the .gif format,
which does support transparency.
I'm surprised that some didn't know what IMAGEMAGICK was or how to
I have to imagine it's probably has many of the same features as
All I actually needed was to know how to eliminate the entire
background on the photos provided in the link.
That wasn't what you asked for.
You asked for someone to produce the Jpeg for you for free, not provide you
with instructions on how to do it yourself.
It's a very different thing.