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    Great stuff Slade.I feel like these might be 1970s versions of that mid-late sixties thing I got.

    The relevant thing is post #9 on this page.

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    Can you read the model name of this in your magazine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
    Can you read the model name of this in your magazine?

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    I've run Google Translate over some of those models in that post.

    Is that what you wanted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sladew View Post
    I'll have a go at translating the models in that post.
    It's alright. I see you've named it above the photo. It's the Randegg and I feel like I might need to look for one.
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    Ahh gotcha. Sorry I misunderstood. It's been a hard-startup morning today with lots of squealing kids...

    I put the model names and numbers (that I can decipher) above the image. I also try to put that info in the image names (so I can search easily in my own image stores).

    If you mouse hover over the image itself, then IWL should popup the image name including any model names and numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
    It's alright. I see you've named it above the photo. It's the Randegg and I feel like I might need to look for one.
    The Randegg has a lovely crystal but finding one undamaged is a challenge.

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    Great work Slade, thanks for providing this info.

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    I finally went back and fixed those missing original image attachments for the Sales Closer brochures on page one.

    Slade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sladew View Post
    I finally went back and fixed those missing original image attachments for the Sales Closer brochures on page one.

    Slade.
    Thanks Slade, this is a great addition to the printed media resources.

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    As for the resizing of images by the forum platform, you wont notice it on a phone screen but on a computer screen the closer the uploaded image is to square the larger it appears. Not really an option for a magazine page though.
    Last edited by Tim.; Nov 5, 2022 at 01:19 AM.

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