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9:05 PM - Apr 26, 2018 #21

Okay, here goes:
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Michael McMurtrey
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3:00 PM - May 03, 2018 #22

Yeah!! It works. Simpler than before. B-17F_303rd_Bomb_Group_Knock-Out_Dropper_Molesworth_England_1943.jpg
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10:06 PM - May 04, 2018 #23

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2:35 PM - May 05, 2018 #24

Just try.
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6:14 PM - May 05, 2018 #25

Just so you know, from here your first one is a thumbnail but I can see the whole pic when I click on it, second one is fine without clicking on anything. Looks like you got it figured out on Plastic Pics. :)
I'm not retro, my stash got old. ~John Krukowski
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2:43 PM - May 06, 2018 #26

IMAG0981.jpg testing, testing... That is easy. Done on a MacBook Air, from a directory other than My Pictures.
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3:21 PM - May 06, 2018 #27

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5:59 PM - May 06, 2018 #28

PB2Y-3R - 80-GK-01149 - transp.jpg
Now that was just TOO easy!  Thanks for posting this - I suddenly feel like all sorts of possibilities have opened for me!

Cheers,



Dana
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Joined: 6:42 PM - Apr 20, 2018

8:02 PM - May 06, 2018 #29

DanaBellColors wrote:PB2Y-3R - 80-GK-01149 - transp.jpg
Now that was just TOO easy!  Thanks for posting this - I suddenly feel like all sorts of possibilities have opened for me!

Cheers,



Dana
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Joined: 9:17 PM - May 14, 2010

11:26 PM - May 06, 2018 #30

Gosh you mean I can click......... 

Red and Rover.jpg THIS happens? 


med3d-envacances NO BKG ND.gif WOW So cool 
Steve

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