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Bill Ames
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Site Question

Post by Bill Ames » Wed Oct 31, 2012 8:24 am

This is probably a silly question with a simple solution I'm overlooking - Can someone tell me if there is a way to view the images "full size"? I can't seem to find a way but often would like to see more of the details in the pictures being posted.

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Re: Site Question

Post by Danny Baronian » Wed Oct 31, 2012 10:18 am

Bill, there are a couple ways to enlarge an image you see on screen. You can double click on the image, and sometimes it will open the image in an image viewer to a larger size.

On a Mac or PC you can select the image and hit command + to enlarge, command - to reduce.

Another option would be to drag and drop the image to your desk top and open in an image viewer.
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Bill Ames
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Re: Site Question

Post by Bill Ames » Wed Oct 31, 2012 10:47 am

I've already tried the double click thing. Maybe it is my browser? I'll look into that.

I never thought to enlarge the image in the browser. That may work as well. Thanks for the help!
Bill Ames wrote:This is probably a silly question with a simple solution I'm overlooking - Can someone tell me if there is a way to view the images "full size"? I can't seem to find a way but often would like to see more of the details in the pictures being posted.

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Re: Site Question

Post by Mike Jackson » Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:59 pm

Bill,
Much of this depends on how large the posted image is in the first place and also the size and resolution of your monitor.

If the image is 750 pixels or less, it might never appear too large on your monitor.

Hope this helps,
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