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Cover bow

badger5149
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November 18th, 2006, 8:16 pm #1

tom, the covewr bow looks like a holmgarde, is it labled correctly, nice bow regardless, Steve
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PaleoAleo
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November 18th, 2006, 8:19 pm #2

Steve, you probably caught me changing the photo. I change the image and then go back and change the title. You probably viewed it after photo change, but while I was typing up the new title.

It is a nice bow, eh? Nice photo too. If more of you guys posted photos of this size (or slightly smaller), I'd be able to snatch up more of them!

Tom
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November 19th, 2006, 1:04 pm #3

Tom, I wonder if this wouldn't be of help to you. One of our members here (from Holland) advised me on it, and it has simplified my handling of others pics so much and is so easy to use, it is unreal. Go to www.irfanview.com/ and downloadf their freeware Irfanview Viewer. What a boon! If you don't like it you can always uninstall it.Bernie - "Hunters Are People Too"
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November 19th, 2006, 5:23 pm #4

Thanks Bernie. I use Ifranview for sizing my own photos, and sometimes do so with photos posted by others on P.Planet. The problem is that if I have to take the photo to my PC and size it, then I have to upload the photo to my on line photo host before I can post it here.

I like to avoid doing that when I can because it takes a lot of time and I'm running out of space on my photo site.

There's an easier way to capture people's photos for use here. I just right click on their photo, and click on "properties." A box will open containing the URL address of the photo. Then I just copy that address and paste it in to make it a banner photo. No copying to my PC - no need for resizing by me - no need to host it at my photo site. So much easier all around!

This is actually good to know for you guys/gals too. For example, we often answer someone's question about the tiller on their bow. They post a photo. Many posts later, you may want to put their picture in your response (so you might refer to it). It's easy. Just right click on anyone's photo, hit properties, copy the address and then drop that address in the "image" box when posting your reply.

Here...give it a try if you haven't already. I'll post a pic and you capture it and post it again:



Tom
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November 20th, 2006, 2:19 am #5

Ah - hadn't thought about that because since, in my case, I am always capturing (or receiving) them to put on my web site I have to put them on my PC anyway, as of course that is where my web authoring takes place.

Bernie - "Hunters Are People Too"
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November 20th, 2006, 2:24 am #6



Pretty neat - if i can just remember it - LOL, since I probably wouldn't have occasion to use it too often. Bernie - "Hunters Are People Too"
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