MacIntosh AppleScan-pictures -> UNIX-gif ??

MacIntosh AppleScan-pictures -> UNIX-gif ??

Post by Matthias Berberi » Thu, 03 Oct 1991 02:52:07

Did anybody know about a programm to convert
pictures scanned on a MacIntosh with AppleScan to
a format readable on a Unix X11-System (gif would be fine I think).

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                Thanks in advance



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