set_form_variables # url_stub fpx_filename width height jpeg_front set referer [ns_set get [ns_conn headers $conn] Referer] set complete_backlink "" if { $referer != "" } { set complete_backlink "

You can go back to what you were reading by using the Back button on your browser. Or you can try clicking here to go back" } ns_return 200 text/html " $jpeg_front My FlashPix images are typically 2000x3000 pixel PhotoCD scans, converted with some JPEGing to 1.5 MB FlashPix files. If you a Java-capable browser, you will be able to zoom and pan around among these bits without ever downloading all of them. If you're a graphic artist or wish to print the image, you'll get the best quality and minimum download time by simply grabbing the raw FlashPix file. ...

... Hmmm, right now (Sunday night) I actually seem to have managed to break everything by upgrading to the 2.0 OpenPix server. Tune in later to see if I've managed to get things working again.

User Interface: shift-click to zoom in, click to pan, control-click to zoom out.

Note: to successfully use this page, you'll have to visit and download the Imaging for Internet plug-in for Windows 95/NT. If you are using a Macintosh, you will want to download the FlashPix plug-in from If you are using a Unix machine, then you will need to use the Java version of this page. $complete_backlink

If you wish to make a print of this image for personal use, you should probably read my article on color printers, especially the tips at the top for how to select the View Image option and the Print Preview.

Note: if you are a Web publisher interested in using FlashPix on your own site, you might wish to read my guide to publishing FlashPix.