On 24 May 2005, at 18:18, Paul Jakma wrote:
> NB: What the FSCK do i have to do to get people to include me on
> replies? Fix your MUA.
My MUA is fine. It's a mailing list - I reply to the list.
>> Again, the server has to support this too. And it's purely a lossless
>> zlib type thing - one of onspeed's big wins is its (sometimes very)
>> lossy recompressing of images.
>> Apache and PHP support gzip and deflate transfer encoding, as do all
> browsers of any importance at all.
Perhaps I wasn't clear enough, though it looked reasonably clear to me
(my writing usually does). I sadi the SERVER ahs to support it. Not the
software which the server is running, but the server itself. So
although Apache does support mod_gzip, I'd imagine there are more
Apache servers which don't use that than do.
Onscreen provides a solution for Windows dialup users which works for
all servers. Or doesn't as the case may be, as my entire study
population has given up using the product.
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