Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/10/21

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Scanned Photo Archiving
From: ternahan <>
Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2001 19:55:27 -0700

Thanks, I'll try it!!

> From: Bernard Cousineau <>
> Reply-To:
> Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2001 22:07:47 -0400
> To:
> Subject: Re: [Leica] Scanned Photo Archiving
> ternahan wrote:
>> Please tell how do you do the html file......thanks
>>> It may be a good idea to also save a small thumbnail on the CD, perhaps in
>>> JPEG format, so that you can quickly see what you have. If you throw in an
>>> html file that references your thumbnails, things get even easier to find.
> Using a simple HTML editor (I use the Netscape one and then remove all the
> unnecessary code that it puts in), I create an HTML table. The number of
> columns will depend on your thumbnail size and the screen resolution that you
> are working at. For
> instance, with thumbnails 200 pixels wide and a screen width of 1024 pixels,
> you could have five columns. Each cell contains an image tag, as in:
> <IMG SRC="r02_a43_03.jpg" height=115 width=176>
> Alternatively, you could simply forgo the table and have the body of your HTML
> document simply contain the image tags.
> Try to use a naming convention that makes sense. Something that identifies the
> CD, the roll number and the image number is good. I use the same name with a
> .tif extension for the original scan.
> The beauty of this is that you can keep the thumbnails on your hard drive and
> instantly know which CD and neg binder they are from.
> Bernard
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