On 11/29/2017 3:15 PM, Toby Thain via cctalk wrote:
On 2017-11-29 4:59 PM, jim stephens via cctalk
On 11/29/2017 1:47 PM, drlegendre . via cctalk
> Help me out here.. I don't find any manuals, just .tif images of cover
The hint is the size, I suspect.? You need a multi page TIF viewer, or
download the entire file and find a TIF to PDF converter and run it thru
The first tif file converted to a 100 page PDF, for instance.
There are plenty of
good TIF readers - OS X Preview does a great job on
these as they are.
I didn't have as much luck with Windows Photo Viewer. While it does
support multipage TIF, it seemed to hang after a few pages.
When I had software which generated 12 and 14 bit depth TIFs, on Windows
XP, the desktop Explorer would reboot the machine when you tried to use
I had the Photometrics viewer which could bring them up, and my own
python program.? However windows crashed on several TIFs.? It isn't
a surprise to hear that you had problems with the viewer.? The files
convert to PDF just fine, however.
Thanks to Mark G for scanning them, as well.
The ones I linked to were scanned by
However, only the foldouts were scanned to high quality. The rest of the
pages had to be shot on a copystand with a camera, because the binders
were partly water damaged.