taranach at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 23:56:04 EST 2008
Safari? Is that the PDF reader or the Browser? If it is the reader,
you may want to get Foxit PDF Reader. It is a fantastic program that
is very small and runs on just about anything. I would recommend
Firefox for a browser.
On Feb 13, 2008 2:51 PM, <myfanwy at nauticom.net> wrote:
> Greetings from Myfanwy!
> Would it be possible for someone to send me just the captions, and say
> which page/images they're for? The pictures are really cool, but without
> the descriptions not a whole lot of help. I don't know why I'm not
> getting the captions as anything but garble -- it's very frustrating. I
> looked at them on my desktop computer, which has an older version of
> Safari on it. I don't know if they will come up in IE, or if I try
> looking at the pdfs on the laptop (which has a newer version of Safari)
> that will help -- I do know that on the laptop a pdf file will
> automatically open, whereas on the desktop I get the little download
> window telling me how big the file is, and then I have to click on the
> icon to actually open the file.
> > I'm sorry, I don't know why that is happening to you.? When I click on the
> > link, I do get the captions...
> > Isolda
> Lady Myfanwy ferch Rhiannon
> Ruth Morrisson
> myfanwy at nauticom.net
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