Probably a case of not reading the docs fully, but in case someone can point me
in the right direction:
I've been messing about with povray (v3.1g) on Redhat 6.2 - after failing to
find a tga to gif converter that worked properly I tried just outputting to
a .png file. When I go to look at it on Netscape (4.7) it displays correctly
[mostly, sometimes there's some blank stuff at the bottom] - on IE it displays
as it's loading up then goes blank once it's finished. And the GIMP wont open
it saying there are too many IDAT's.
Is this a pov-ray problem or am I missing something obvious?
It seems like there's something wrong with the end of the file which
the different viewers handle differently...
http://sprucemoose.net/pics/sprucemoose.png has an example file.
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