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Right click photo folder "Browse with PSP"

Right click photo folder "Browse with PSP"

Right click photo folder "Browse with PSP"

I have created folders with my photos in My Documents Windows ME. I like to email my photos, but obviously this is slow due to size, about 370kb, per photo. I recently right clicked on a folder holding photos and a "browse with PSP" was available. I left clicked and it created a PSP file within the folder which seemed to be an overview snap shot of all the photos in this folder ie thumbnails.
When I checked the size of this document it was only 290kb, so I tried to email this file thinking that the receiver would be able to see all the photos in thumbnail format.
The email went but the file was not the photos, anybody help?

RE: Right click photo folder "Browse with PSP"

the way I understand it is this:

if your friend whom you emailed this file to had psp installed, then, he might be able to preview all the files.

BUT... it could also just be a txt type file containing just the file locations of all the psp compatable images in the specified folder and subfolders. this being the case, the file would not work at all for your friend

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RE: Right click photo folder "Browse with PSP"

The browse file only saves a tiny ickle thumbnail sized version of the image, which your friend won't be able to see any sort of detail with.

Have you tried using WinZip, or similar archiver, on your images?

Very good results can be gained from TIF or JPG when zipped (especially true of TIF files)



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