Thanks for the photos John expecially the hi resolution one showing
great closeup detail.
I needed a good example to discuss the benefits of the FILES area
and how to take best advantage of it.
Everyone will notice that I have taken John's Johnny-O image
of 1,171 Kbytes and by removing the background I reduced it to 66
This illustrates that is IS possible to preserve hi resolution
AND achieve small and fast file sizes via the use of imaging software.
Also, note that I have made full use of the description box to explain
a bit about the photo.
Lastly, when I uploaded my photo I checked the box indicating to notify
all other members of the file being uploaded when I put my version
BTW. for new members, at the bottom of all our messages is the link
to the main Yahoo site where PHOTOS and FILES can be found.
> Taking the suggestion, I decided to put a couple of photos of my
> "Classic 12" in a folder in the "files" area (not as cool as the photo
> albums but the suggestion of using files makes sense). I built my
> Classic 12 over a period of a year Feb. 2000 to Feb. 2001, using our
> carport as a "shop" and storing the unfinished "frame" in the living
> room for safekeeping during hurricane warnings. My strongback, built
> to Platt's specifications using 1x4 and doorskin is still hanging out
> under cover. The brightwork needs a new coat of varnish and the skin
> has a few patches but otherwise the "Johnny-O" is still going strong.
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