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    Why cant Internet <snip> explorer work fine???

    Why cant IE see this picture?

    http://www.mundodavid.com/fotos/noti...rrida_site.jpg

    Try see it with mozilla and then with IE....

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    The image is in CMYK mode and IE obviously cannot display such a thing. You should convert the image to RGB with Gimp, Photoshop, ...

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    It's quite a common mistake along with the wrong image path.
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    Also I have edited your thread title, removing the f-word.
    But tell me, just out of the curiosity: with the question explained and the fault being on the human side, would this adjective apply to that human?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Varelse View Post
    Also I have edited your thread title, removing the f-word.
    But tell me, just out of the curiosity: with the question explained and the fault being on the human side, would this adjective apply to that human?
    Not rly. Cuz im not the one who did that picture, and 2nd, IE sux and firefox displays it well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakoReactor View Post
    Not rly. Cuz im not the one who did that picture, and 2nd, IE sux and firefox displays it well.
    And the English translation of that is - so that the users of this forum can understand what you are saying (since few of us speak moron).
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    felgall, it's rather silly to call a reconstructed dialect of language moronic, language evolves with use and is shaped only in the ways people use them, language is a living entity and the huge rise in people using abbreviated speech patterns ("txt speak") is as valid a method of communication as any other. Just because you don't happen to understand or agree with the way language has been evolving towards this craze of expression does not mean it is inherently wrong or through a lack of education. I expect if you were alive a few hundred years ago people would look at the way most of us express ourselves using "English" and be horrified, generally it's the people who critique other's use of dialects who are the people who don't understand how language works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by felgall View Post
    And the English translation of that is - so that the users of this forum can understand what you are saying (since few of us speak moron).
    Sorry, i thought you had enough intellectual to understand it. My mistake.


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