irishboy

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here is a pic looking east from the loblaws:

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And here is one from Redpath on QQ.

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ushahid

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Your pictures are very small. it will be great if you resize them. thanks!
 

tripwire

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Your pictures are very small. it will be great if you resize them. thanks!

@tripwire when inserting a new image, be sure to click 'full size' instead of 'thumbnail'. Should do the trick.

I think you should be able to click on the thumbnail image to get the large one?, and click again for the full-size? I hate adding full size as it makes for a lot of scrolling through images on the desktop.
 

C'EstWhat?

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I think you should be able to click on the thumbnail image to get the large one?, and click again for the full-size? I hate adding full size as it makes for a lot of scrolling through images on the desktop.
On the other hand, I find it a pain in the @ss clicking on thumbnails (so I don't). I just want it to scroll, you have to scroll anyway…
 

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So basically it comes down to personal preference and everyone should respect each others posting style :)
OT: I think most are more used to the scrolling business here. I have to say though, tripwire-san's method seems a much cleaner and better way utilize screen space real estate, IMO.
 

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