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Old 25th July 2002, 06:51   #33
whiteflip
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i disagree. a bad jpeg is easy to see the difference in quality. they are the jpegs that were saved that way or the ones that were opened and edited and saved and reopened and edited and saved who knows how many times or for what purposes (cropping and such) and everytime that happens on the web. someone who opens edits and saves. the quality suffers dramatically

pngs are good for hard drive saving but posting on the web a jpeg is good. prevents copying and such.

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