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Moving pictures from OS8.6 to 10.5.2


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I am trying to move pictures from a Power Computing Powerbase to my new MacPro. All the jpeg's moved fine. A few I added text to and were automatically saved as EXIF-jpeg. I resaved all of these as jpeg to the flash drive I am using for the transfer. When I put it on my Mac Pro, some of them lose their thumbnails and when I try to open the picture, the terminal opens with some script and no picture. Is there any way to save these?
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