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Old 21-08-2003, 07:02 PM
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Looks like a labiataea or Mint family...

Not that that narrows it down much.. I feel I ought to know this one and
that its quite common but for some reason this photo isn't clicking with
anything in my brain right now!-)

Binaries (eg images aren't encouraged on this group)
To get an ID you should put your image on one of the widely available
online webspaces or photoalbums then post a link
//

Jim

aa ka wrote:

A large binary post!


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Old 22-08-2003, 06:15 AM
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"Jim W" wrote in message
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Looks like a labiataea or Mint family...


What are you talking about? I see neither headers nor context.

[snip]

Franz


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Old 22-08-2003, 06:15 AM
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"Jim W" wrote in message
news:1g021ff.1iv97ht1czt443N%[email protected] macunlimited.net...
Looks like a labiataea or Mint family...

Not that that narrows it down much.. I feel I ought to know this one and
that its quite common but for some reason this photo isn't clicking with
anything in my brain right now!-)

Binaries (eg images aren't encouraged on this group)


That's putting it mildly.
They are forbidden.

[snip]

Franz


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Old 22-08-2003, 06:15 AM
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"aa ka" wrote in message
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Refrain from sending attachments here. This is a text-only newsgroup.

Franz


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Old 22-08-2003, 06:15 AM
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Franz Heymann wrote:


"Jim W" wrote in message
news:1g021ff.1iv97ht1czt443N%[email protected] macunlimited.net...
Looks like a labiataea or Mint family...


What are you talking about? I see neither headers nor context.

[snip]

Franz


Franz..

the headers are unecessary as it was just an encoded file.
The context you can get from the Subject. alone
Unidentifiable wild plant - Help - plant.jpg (1/1)

Plant.jp means its a JPEG file format.
(1/1) means its part 1 of 1 part (you can have multipart files eg 1/5,
2/5 etc... these are seen frequently in binary groups. Which as you
pointed out URG is not;-)

I edited the binary completly to save requoting the 3102 lines of that
first post!-)

Your newsreader, OE, may display the OP and its headers differently from
mine.
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Jim


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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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In article 1g027s3.ibw10d10kqlqqN%[email protected] limited.net
, Jim W writes


the headers are unecessary as it was just an encoded file.
The context you can get from the Subject. alone
Unidentifiable wild plant - Help - plant.jpg (1/1)

Plant.jp means its a JPEG file format.
(1/1) means its part 1 of 1 part (you can have multipart files eg 1/5,
2/5 etc... these are seen frequently in binary groups. Which as you
pointed out URG is not;-)

I edited the binary completly to save requoting the 3102 lines of that
first post!-)

Your newsreader, OE, may display the OP and its headers differently from
mine.


It's not the newsreader, it's the ISP.

Demon strips off the jpegs completely, so that they are not posted to
any non-binary ng. It would appear Franz's ISP does the same.

--
Kay Easton

Edward's earthworm page:
http://www.scarboro.demon.co.uk/edward/index.htm
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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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On Thu, 21 Aug 2003 21:34:36 +0100, Kay Easton
wrote:

It's not the newsreader, it's the ISP.

Demon strips off the jpegs completely, so that they are not posted to
any non-binary ng. It would appear Franz's ISP does the same.


and mine or the one that fed mine.. Did anybody see the attachment?
--
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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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On Thu, 21 Aug 2003 22:40:18 +0200, martin wrote:

On Thu, 21 Aug 2003 21:34:36 +0100, Kay Easton
wrote:

It's not the newsreader, it's the ISP.

Demon strips off the jpegs completely, so that they are not posted to
any non-binary ng. It would appear Franz's ISP does the same.


and mine or the one that fed mine.. Did anybody see the attachment?


Turned up on my server ( claranet ) as a separate post ( the text post
was part 0/1, the binary part 1/1 ). I read the text part.

I'm disappointed that, so far, no-one's 'quoted' the binary and added
"Don't post binaries here"

Regards,



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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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"Kay Easton" wrote in message
...
In article 1g027s3.ibw10d10kqlqqN%[email protected] limited.net
, Jim W writes


the headers are unecessary as it was just an encoded file.
The context you can get from the Subject. alone
Unidentifiable wild plant - Help - plant.jpg (1/1)

Plant.jp means its a JPEG file format.
(1/1) means its part 1 of 1 part (you can have multipart files eg 1/5,
2/5 etc... these are seen frequently in binary groups. Which as you
pointed out URG is not;-)

I edited the binary completly to save requoting the 3102 lines of that
first post!-)

Your newsreader, OE, may display the OP and its headers differently from
mine.


It's not the newsreader, it's the ISP.

Demon strips off the jpegs completely, so that they are not posted to
any non-binary ng. It would appear Franz's ISP does the same.


For which I am truly thankful, as my understanding is that unsolicited
attachments are the favourite mode of travel of virii and the like.

Franz




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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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In article , martin
writes
On Thu, 21 Aug 2003 21:34:36 +0100, Kay Easton
wrote:

It's not the newsreader, it's the ISP.

Demon strips off the jpegs completely, so that they are not posted to
any non-binary ng. It would appear Franz's ISP does the same.


and mine or the one that fed mine.. Did anybody see the attachment?


Jim did! ;-)
--
Kay Easton

Edward's earthworm page:
http://www.scarboro.demon.co.uk/edward/index.htm
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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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"Jim W" wrote in message
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Looks like a labiataea or Mint family...


What are you talking about? I see neither headers nor context.

[snip]

Franz


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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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"Jim W" wrote in message
news:1g021ff.1iv97ht1czt443N%[email protected] macunlimited.net...
Looks like a labiataea or Mint family...

Not that that narrows it down much.. I feel I ought to know this one and
that its quite common but for some reason this photo isn't clicking with
anything in my brain right now!-)

Binaries (eg images aren't encouraged on this group)


That's putting it mildly.
They are forbidden.

[snip]

Franz


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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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"aa ka" wrote in message
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Refrain from sending attachments here. This is a text-only newsgroup.

Franz


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Old 22-08-2003, 06:16 AM
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Franz Heymann wrote:


"Jim W" wrote in message
news:1g021ff.1iv97ht1czt443N%[email protected] macunlimited.net...
Looks like a labiataea or Mint family...


What are you talking about? I see neither headers nor context.

[snip]

Franz


Franz..

the headers are unecessary as it was just an encoded file.
The context you can get from the Subject. alone
Unidentifiable wild plant - Help - plant.jpg (1/1)

Plant.jp means its a JPEG file format.
(1/1) means its part 1 of 1 part (you can have multipart files eg 1/5,
2/5 etc... these are seen frequently in binary groups. Which as you
pointed out URG is not;-)

I edited the binary completly to save requoting the 3102 lines of that
first post!-)

Your newsreader, OE, may display the OP and its headers differently from
mine.
//
Jim


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