Dunno why, but recently, when saving from .psd into something else (usually .gif, though it did this with .jpg as well) in Photoshop and/or ImageReady 7, Photoshop/IR has been tacking a little '.Ink' to the end, rendering the file unusuable on the Net. (Ie. I try to upload an icon, the file name is something like "prima_worried.gif.Ink", MSN and LJ are not liking it.) It didn't do this before.
Or is this an XP thing that I need to change? Because I very recently upgraded my PC to Windows XP, and it was saving fine when I was on Windows 98.
Any ideas as to what it's doing, why it's doing it, and how I can stop this would be LOVED.
OKay, figured that it ain't PhotoShop (thank god), but Mozilla doesn't seem to like uploading my pretty icons any more. Eh, maybe the LJ/MSN uploading software is incompatible with Mozilla in XP. *shrugs*