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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • There's only one image rendering lib in Mozilla. It's custom written, high performance, and apparently doesn't support CYMK. I speak, of course, of libpr0n [libpr0n.com] (sfw (not a joke)).
  • No, MS Internet Explorer cannot, either.

    With Microsoft's tendency to snoop files against your wishes, that's annoying. Your server reports this is a binary file, intended for download, yet MSIE (I'm talking about 5.x and before; 6.x is different) snoops on it, recognizes it as an image file, insists on trying to show it, fails, and shows a "broken image" icon. Fun.
  • There is no single way to correctly render CMYK images on screen. It all depends on the color of your ink. If you put shit in your black, that might still be exactly what you want to achieve :)