Re: Inlined image format

Fisher Mark <uunet!tcemail!!>
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Subject: Re: Inlined image format
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I hate to be MS Windows-centric (although OLE 2.0 is going to be on NT & the 
Mac), but it looks to me like the OLE 2.0 inlined image capability would 
certainly help with this.  As far as I understand it (which may not be far 
enough :( ), under OLE 2.0 a browser that did not know how to process an 
image format could essentially "loan" a child window to an external viewer 
for display of the image, thus producing what looks to the user like the 
current inlined image display but is actually an image displayed by an 
external viewer.  Does anyone know if the OpenDoc specification allows for 
Mark Fisher                            Thomson Consumer Electronics           Indianapolis, IN

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