Monday, October 25, 2010

Testing...


Trying out a guide to post bigger pictures... Does it work?

8 comments:

  1. The second is bigger than the first so I guess it works ;)

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  2. Thanks Ewa... I guess you are right ;0) Pretty proud of myself, really not much of an programme nerd...

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  3. Hi Annie, works for the size, but the bigger one appears a bit pixelled on my (standard size) monitor...

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  4. I have a big screen and they look great.

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  5. Annie, you get big pictures right away, this way, but you miss the possibility to blow up the picture with the magnifying glass to fit the entire window..and the magnifying method makes the pixels better, if your picture has a high resolution..
    Love, Susanne

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  6. Hi: Long time lurker, first time poster. I love your site. You're sooo talented! However, I don't like the adjustment you did to the pictures because they don't blow up to fit the entire window when I click on them. When I click, the picture becomes smaller. What good is that? Miniatures are all about details. And if I can't see the details, it discourages me. We don't all have the eyes we had when we were young, after all! Please, please, please, put it back as you had it before because I want to be able to examine (close up) the beautiful things you make.I hope I haven't hurt your feelings.I hope I got through here because I'm not very good with computers.

    Lucille.

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  7. Thanks for your responses. I've also realized that the possibility to blow up the pictures is lost when I change the size in the HTML code. I myself like the opportunity to enlarge and watch everything closely, so I won't use the larger pictures on this blog any more. After all it's all about the details...

    Lucille...Thank you and welcome, and I'm glad you decided to comment, and I'm not at all offended, more flattered anf greatful for your compliments :0)

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  8. Thank you so much for the warm welcome, Annie. And thank you from the bottom of my heart for leaving things as they were. Now, I can carry on delighting myself with the eye candy.

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