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1999.11.30 22:23 "libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Michael L. Welles
1999.11.30 22:53 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Izumi Ohzawa
1999.11.30 23:07 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Tom Lane
1999.12.01 00:08 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Michael L. Welles
1999.11.30 23:22 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Daniel McCoy
1999.12.01 13:56 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Bruce Cameron
1999.12.01 18:35 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Daniel McCoy
1999.12.02 07:06 "", by Ruediger
1999.12.01 03:15 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Bob Friesenhahn
1999.12.01 16:04 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Michael L. Welles
1999.12.01 16:43 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Tom Lane
1999.11.30 23:07 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Martin Bailey
1999.12.01 14:08 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Bruce Cameron
1999.12.01 15:02 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Klaus Bartz
1999.12.01 16:17 "RE: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Peter Smith
1999.12.01 16:49 "RE: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Darrin Cardani
1999.12.01 19:20 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Chris Hanson
1999.12.01 14:33 "Re: libtiff 3.5.3 release.", by Andy
1999.12.01 14:42 "ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Tom Kacvinsky
1999.12.01 15:24 "Re: ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Leonard Rosenthol
1999.12.01 15:51 "Re: ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Tom Kacvinsky
1999.12.01 18:04 "Re: ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Bryan H. Maret
1999.12.02 05:16 "Re: ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Leonard Rosenthol
1999.12.01 17:39 "Re: ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Bryan H. Maret
1999.12.02 11:42 "Re: ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Ivo Penzar
1999.12.06 20:42 "Re: ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Andy

1999.12.01 15:51 "Re: ZIP compression [was: libtiff 3.5.3 release.]", by Tom Kacvinsky

As you may or may not know, Adobe's Image Ready support ZIP compressed TIFFs (reading and writing), but they use a different tag for the compression scheme.

If that's the case, then it's also true for other Adobe products (Photoshop, ImageStyler, InDesign, etc.) since they all use the same technology (and shared libraries) for doing image processing.

Haven't tried it with InDesign just yet. PS 5.5 (for the Macintosh) reads Deflate compressed TIFFs. Cool. Thanks for pointing this out.

I don't know any of the specifics of what they are doing, but I do know that Adobe has been working on a TIFF 7, that incorporates a number of improvements.

Cool.

I am on the list, but I don't work for Adobe anymore...

My bad. Sorry.

Tom