In article <50412f4995tlsa(a)netsurf-browser.org>, Michael Drake
In article <5041299e42riscos(a)gotadsl.co.uk>, Richard Ashbery
> In article <5040aeb2f5tim(a)timil.com>, Tim Hill <tim(a)timil.com>
> > In article <5040ace5f2riscos(a)gotadsl.co.uk>, Richard Ashbery
> > <riscos(a)gotadsl.co.uk> wrote:
> > > Ref: JPEG only required
> > Yes. navigate to the page which contains the image you want
> > <Ctrl> drag it from the page to the filer.
> So it does - this is brilliant :-))
Ctrl+Select dragging saves it in original format (JPEG in this
Ctrl+Adjust dragging automatically converts it to Sprite format,
which may be more use if you're using the image as a backdrop
(since sprites redraw faster).
Thanks for that additional info. I didn't realise there was a
difference between JPEG/Sprite loading speed - I will look into this
as I'm using these images exactly as you said for a backdrop generator
program, the very sophisticated but excellent BDRand by Nick Roberts.