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Old January 19th, 2003, 04:56 AM
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Wink Is There An .Art File Viewer Program

just wondering if theres a file viewing program, that will allow you to view files with the .art extention.

if so please let me know the program and where i can download it from. thanks
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wrong, wrong, wrong, thanks for contributing nothing



bleh bleh bleh is the only program i know of that can cope with the .art format, which is as ridiculous as the company who started it all, american online.

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Wow, here's an old thread... a little animosity there planetfall? =P

I thought I remember reading that you can rename .art to .jpg and it'll work just fine... but don't take my word for it. =)
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apparently your definition of spam is a very broadly interpreted one, how do you figure my post was spam in any way?

i was selling nothing, it was a valid answer to the original post, it answered the question soundly, ie; it works

are we supposed to pretend that software programs do not exist and are not downloadable?

the original reply mentioned brand name software, and erroneously so...

i thoughfully, upon researching the subject myself, posted the direct link to the demo ware, if thats a no-no, then your site doesnt offer much help at all and is a joke

the first 'answer' was ignorant and uninformed and DID NOT answer the posters question.

mine did, is this the kind of supposed 'help' you gits offer on this site?

lets review: the first reply was a comically incorrect solution, but was a fine post, mine offered the correct solution, and yet, somehow failed to meet the fine standards upheld here...

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Easy there mate... don't harp on other people's replies...
Ben Rowe's advise is just as worthy a read as your is.

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.art file conversion solved

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just wondering if theres a file viewing program, that will allow you to view files with the .art extention.

if so please let me know the program and where i can download it from. thanks


Based on what I read on this site about changing the name to .jpg; tried it and it didn't work; so I downloaded .art photo as a .bmp file format; I also changed the name to .bmp (after the dot) before downloading; I located the image where I downloaded it; I clicked on the image; and it opened up in my default image software PhotoShop but also in Corel Paint Pro; so most programs should open it; now I can save as others like .jpg, etc
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Sorry, the renaming was my advise... thanks for clearing it up sheppardalbert

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i can't believe i created this thread, it's sooooooo old. the funny this is, that can't why i even asked the question

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