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WinJPEG - Windows based image viewer and processor, multiple formats (including .PCX and .GIF), also converts between formats.
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WinJPEG – Windows based image viewer and processor, multiple formats (including .PCX and .GIF), also converts between formats.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
COMMDLG.DLL 89248 41122 deflated
CTL3D.DLL 21008 9912 deflated
ORDER.FRM 2554 850 deflated
README.1ST 7866 3364 deflated
SHELL.DLL 41600 21082 deflated
WHATS.NEW 13899 4743 deflated
WINJPEG.EXE 293888 117490 deflated
WINJPEG.HLP 42470 26647 deflated
WINJPEGL.DLL 297020 62219 deflated

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Contents of the README.1ST file


WinJPEG v.2.5 is a shareware image viewer with image processing and
conversion capabilities for Microsoft Windows 3.x. It has the following
features:

- display JPEG, TIFF, Targa, GIF, PCX, OS/2 BMP, Windows BMP, or PPM images
- export an image to JPEG, TIFF, Targa, GIF, PCX, OS/2 BMP, Windows BMP,
or PPM format
- display an image in monochrome, 16 color, 256 color, hicolor, or
truecolor display modes
- display an image with its full palette
- display an image in full screen mode
- print an image with scaling or with best proportional fit on the page
- color balance: red, green, and blue adjustment
- hue, saturation, and brightness adjustment
- color to grayscale conversion
- gamma correction
- image rotation, vertical or horizontal flip, image resizing, and image
cropping
- batch file compression of GIF, TIFF, or TARGA files to JPEG File
Interchange Format (JFIF) with optional smoothing
- slideshow: display selected files sequentially with a cycle option
- image buffering in a cyclic slideshow
- copy a portion of or the entire image to the clipboard, paste an
image from the clipboard
- capture a window, the client area of a window, or a portion of or
the entire desktop
- support for Windows 3.1 features like drag-drop and common dialogs
- support for file name extension association and starting a slideshow
from the command line

There are two versions of WinJPEG: a 386 version for 386's or better and
a 286 one for 286's or better. The shareware version is a fully
functional 286 version. The 386 version can be obtained by registering
WinJPEG.


CONTENTS OF ARCHIVE
The following files are contained in this archive:

commdlg.dll - common dialog library
ctl3d.dl - 3-D Controls library
order.frm - WinJPEG order form
readme.1st - this file
shell.dll - shell library
whats.new - changes from previous versions
winjpeg.exe - WinJPEG Shareware 286 Version
winjpegl.dll - WinJPEG library
winjpeg.hlp - on-line help for WinJPEG


DISTRIBUTION CONDITIONS
You are free to distribute this shareware version of WinJPEG as long as the
following conditions are met:
1) The distributed archive must contain ONLY the files listed above.
2) The contents of this archive are NOT MODIFIED in any way.
3) This version is not to be sold. However, a reasonable disk copying fee
is permitted.
4) This version is not to be bundled with a commercially sold package
without permission from the authors.


INSTALLATION NOTES
If you associate a file extension with WinJPEG, you can double click on
a file with that extension in File Manager and WinJPEG will
automatically display that file. There are two ways to associate an
extension with WinJPEG. The easiest way is to run File Manager, to
click on a file with the desired extension, and to select the Associate
command from the File Menu. Then type "winjpeg.exe" with the
appropriate path (e.g. c:\winjpeg\winjpeg.exe). The other way is to
modify the Extensions section of the "win.ini" file in your Windows
directory. Your "win.ini" may look like this after you modify it:

[Extensions]
...
jpg=c:\winjpeg\winjpeg.exe ^.jpg
gif=c:\winjpeg\winjpeg.exe ^.gif
tga=c:\winjpeg\winjpeg.exe ^.tga
bmp=c:\winjpeg\winjpeg.exe ^.bmp
pcx=c:\winjpeg\winjpeg.exe ^.pcx
tif=c:\winjpeg\winjpeg.exe ^.tif

Note that you don't have to use the suggested extensions (e.g. you can use
.jpe instead of .jpg); WinJPEG will automatically detect the file format.

If you are using Windows 3.0, you must copy "commdlg.dll" and
"shell.dll" to your Windows system directory(e.g. C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM).

If WinJPEG GPF's, we recommend that you restart Windows before
running WinJPEG again.


HOW TO REGISTER
If you use WinJPEG for more than 14 days, you are expected to register
WinJPEG. When you register, you will receive the latest 286 and 386
versions of WinJPEG, a user manual, and a collection of JPEG images (we
will put as many as we can fit on 1 1.44M 3 1/2" floppy or on 4 360k 5
1/4" floppies). Also, the registered version does not have the
reminder-to-register screen at the start.

The registration fee is $25. Massachusetts residents, add 5% sales tax
to the registration fee. US residents, add $4 for shipping and
handling; non-US residents, add $8 for shipping and handling. If you
want WinJPEG e-mailed to your account instead of having it physically
mailed to you, there is no extra shipping charge. If you are paying
with a Visa or MasterCard, add 10% to this subtotal. The 10% is the
processing fee that we get charged for credit card transactions.

Registered users of WinJPEG can purchase the latest version for $5.
Shipping and handling fees described above apply to these updates as
well. Updates are available when you see a new shareware version.

For e-mail registrations, you need to use a program called "uudecode" to
decode the uuencoded file that we e-mail to you. For your information,
a uuencoded file is a binary file that is converted to text by a program
called "uuencode." If your mail system rejects large messages, we will
split the uuencoded file into smaller parts before mailing the parts to
you, and you will need to edit the messages with a text editor before
you can decode them. Compuserve, America Online, and Prodigy, for
example, do not permit large e-mail messages. Also, the uuencoded file
is rather large; it's approximately 1 MB for WinJPEG. Compuserve users
may find it less expensive to receive WinJPEG via U.S. Mail.

Registrations with the incorrect fee or with non-US currency will be
returned. Foreign registrations must send US currency or a check drawn
from a US bank.

To register, complete the order form and send payment to:

Norman Yee
58 Chandler St.
Boston, MA 02116
U.S.A.


REPORTING BUGS
If you find a bug in WinJPEG, we would appreciate it if you would inform
us of the bug through one of our e-mail accounts:

Norman Yee
[email protected]

Ken Yee
[email protected]

When you send us a bug report, include a description of the procedure
for reproducing the bug and a description of your system
configuration(hardware and software).


DISCLAIMER
The authors of this program accept no responsibility for damages that
are caused by this program and make NO WARRANTY or representation,
either express or implied, with respect to this software. This software
is provided "AS IS," and you, its user, assume the entire risk when you
use it.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
WinJPEG is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.

TIFF support in WinJPEG is based in part on Sam Leffler's TIFF library.

Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

OS/2 is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.

The Graphics Interchange Format(c) is the Copyright property of
CompuServe Incorporated. GIF(sm) is a Service Mark property of
CompuServe Incorporated.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE FOR SAM LEFFLER's TIFF LIBRARY

Copyright (c) 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Sam Leffler
Copyright (c) 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Silicon Graphics, Inc.

Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and
its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee,
provided that (i) the above copyright notices and this permission notice
appear in all copies of the software and related documentation, and (ii)
the names of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics may not be used in any
advertising or publicity relating to the software without the specific,
prior written permission of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics.


WinJPEG is Copyright (c) 1992-1994, Norman Yee and Ken Yee. All rights
reserved.


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