The DELTON LOCOMOTIVE WORKS Southern Pacific 0-4-2 T Reproduction as a Freelance Build with the DELTON - LIONEL 0-6-0 T by Norman Bourgault .

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The DELTON LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

Southern Pacific 0-4-2 T

Reproduction as a Freelance Build with the DELTON - LIONEL 0-6-0 T

by Norman Bourgault .
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Yes, I agree with Paul's posting. I would like to see more of it with, perhaps, some comment on each stage of the modification?
 
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Looks interesting Norman. Probably not a bad idea not to hit the "full image" button with that many images in a post. Anyway, you can just click on one of the images posted and you get a larger one and the option to open the next one like a slide show Did you mean 12" = 15 mm in image #1 ? I think you get the prize for the longest ever topic heading :) Max
 
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PRINT SCREEN and FULL IMAGE ?


Hello,


I have used the PRINT SCREEN to preserve jpeg images which sometimes later disappear when I later open my Saved Emails .


Full Image


Would anyone know,

1) How to later Write an Email Attachment at Full Image Size of a Saved Print Screen Attachment into a new Yahoo Email to then Read at Full Image Size ?
My Yahoo Email Print Screen Attachments appear very small when Inserted into the body of my Yahoo Emails .

2) Why do my jpeg images sometimes disappear from the pages of my saved Yahoo.ca or even Outlook.com emails ?


Thank you,

Norman
 
trammayo

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PRINT SCREEN and FULL IMAGE ?


Hello,


I have used the PRINT SCREEN to preserve jpeg images which sometimes later disappear when I later open my Saved Emails .


Full Image

Would anyone know,

1) How to later Write an Email Attachment at Full Image Size of a Saved Print Screen Attachment into a new Yahoo Email to then Read at Full Image Size ?
My Yahoo Email Print Screen Attachments appear very small when Inserted into the body of my Yahoo Emails .

2) Why do my jpeg images sometimes disappear from the pages of my saved Yahoo.ca or even Outlook.com emails ?


Thank you,

Norman
Hi Norman. I'm not the best with technology, but why would you insert a picture into the body of an email when it can be sent as an attachment? If I receive emails then I download those attachments and save them in the format that the original was in. I can then use when I want. I only use screenshots of images when there is no other way of capturing the desired image. Many images can be clicked on and "saved as" but, also others are strongly protected from copying.

I don't know if I am right, but Yahoo might have a time limit on attachments?
 
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Possibly Yahoo has either an 'item' (per-picture) size limit, or an overall limit on the size of ALL the attachments? - It should warn you though?
 
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Email service providers seem to drop insertions and attachments. AOL certainly do, especially once sent and always if an email is returned with a further comment..
 
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Hi Norman. I'm not the best with technology, but why would you insert a picture into the body of an email when it can be sent as an attachment? If I receive emails then I download those attachments and save them in the format that the original was in. I can then use when I want. I only use screenshots of images when there is no other way of capturing the desired image. Many images can be clicked on and "saved as" but, also others are strongly protected from copying.

I don't know if I am right, but Yahoo might have a time limit on attachments?
Depends on your email client and if you are using plain, rich or HTML format, pictures are either attachment (seen in the header) or embedded in the email