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Old 09-03-2009, 02:06 PM   #3
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Yes, if the order is changed to be 2,1,4,3, then images 2 and 3 are still not displayed.

I have re-converted the images a couple of times now (once to fix a CMYK->RGB conversion problme and once to fix a trim problem).

On the first re-conversion only one completely different image didn't work. On the second reconversion, one of the non-working images here again didn't work.

I'm mystified. I'll probably just tweak the images until they show up, but I'd be much happier knowing why.

I suppose I could submit it as a bug report to Adobe.... if only they were as responsive as Valloric!

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Originally Posted by Jellby View Post
Sorry, no idea there...

So, if you change the order to 2, 1, 4, 3... are images 2 and 3 still not shown? or is it now the middle ones (1 and 4)? The only mildly significant different I can find between the images is the jpeg quality:

1: Quality: 90
2: Quality: 95
3: Quality: 94
4: Quality: 96

But I don't see a reason why quality 95 and 94 would not work and 90 and 96 would... Can you try storing all the images with the same quality or altering the sizes a few pixels?
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