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Old 12-27-2001, 21:34   #1 (permalink)
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How do I view Ford Pics

I requested from the Ford Website pIcs of my AU being built.
They arrived about two minutes later but are encoded in base64 format and all I see is garbage. Anyone know how to view these?
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Pete or Nipper may be able to help with this mate..
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Re: How do I view Ford Pics

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I requested from the Ford Website pIcs of my AU being built.
They arrived about two minutes later but are encoded in base64 format and all I see is garbage. Anyone know how to view these?
Do you want to send me file to see if i can open for you have several top grade graphic programs
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Old 12-28-2001, 02:14   #4 (permalink)
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You need to decode them before you can view them. I don't have any decoders but I found this one at download.cnet.com.

http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0...st-7-9.7594612

If the link doesn't post because it's too long just copy and paste the entire link into a browser window.

Good luck!
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You need to decode them before you can view them. I don't have any decoders but I found this one at download.cnet.com.

http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0...st-7-9.7594612

If the link doesn't post because it's too long just copy and paste the entire link into a browser window.

Good luck!
Hey, thanks very much for that it worked. Very nice of you to go looking on my behalf. I spent some time last night on the prob with no joy. Now I'm a Happy Chappy again
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Hey, thanks very much for that it worked. Very nice of you to go looking on my behalf. I spent some time last night on the prob with no joy. Now I'm a Happy Chappy again
No probs, man. I needed to use a UUDecoder a few years back so I kinda knew what to look for. Glad it worked for ya.
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Well now that it worked i'm sure you can convert them to a file type that can be uploaded, so that we can all see:s6:
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Well now that it worked i'm sure you can convert them to a file type that can be uploaded, so that we can all see:s6:
Yeah where are the pics?? Huh
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Yeah where are the pics?? Huh
Hmm, damn computers. I decoded the first one ok last night before packing up but for some reason I'm having probs with the other 3. Anyway here's the first one.
This is my vehicle entering the Main Framing Line where the sides and body shell are welded.
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