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November 26, 2009, 9:49 am
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You need to be careful of the acetone, the fumes can affect one's sleep.
Do it in a well ventilated room, preferably with a fan. These footnails
were painted with a strong fan:
Perhaps you mean picture thumbnails?
Whatever you do, make the thumbnails so they can be seen clearly, not
miserable, their whole point is to enable the user to decide whether to
bother seeing bigger.
Is that really your foot dorayme?
Nice shoe. Do you have another foot/shoe combinatinon to go with that one?
Are the nails painted the same colour?
Watch the wrap.
But, those thumbnails are all white. Was it snowing?
I actually prefer my thumbnail to be not simply a reduced sized image of the
original (anybody can do that), but rather a cropped and *possibly*
downsized or even upsized little peice of the original big picture. Some
interesting bit of the picture with all the other background stuff gone.
Something like some of the ones here:
Is there a problem (apart from if the captions are not short and the en
masse not centring if js is off) with the set from which the above
comes? Here is TinyURL:
I have always noticed the less graceful way it wraps (jumpy) with the js
mechanism to centre the lot turned on, but the point of those three
pages was partly to demo the centring with the bootnic.js. If browser
resizing were likely to be a constant activity for many users in a
session, it might be of some concern. Personally, I am mostly very
comfortable with things *not* centring...
Yes, if you have time to do each, that is the way to go. Come to think
about it, if you have not the time for individual treatment, it might be
possible to batch process the lot and simply crop the lot to the centre
a bit before reducing to thumbnail size. They might be mostly OK and
better than original full frame. Inspect the lot and weed out the ones
that don't look right and use original for these. Just some thoughts.
Yes, interesting, your pictures are of things that can be seen, I was in
a snowstorm and thought "Oh well, might as well take some snaps" - as
one would. <g>
(btw, your barefile link in your footer is only barely showing, looks
cut off - as if there might be more text to it. Suggest to add a simple
margin-right: 1em to your .cms_footer span span)
If you are making a photo album then JAlbum <http://jalbum.net will
produce the thumbnail, an image scaled for web viewing and a link to
the original for download. If you just want one thumbnail then any
photo editor will let you resize and/or crop an image. I use an old
version of Photoshop Elements that came with my scanner but I'm sure
someone here can suggest free software that is similarly easy to use.
If you want to make thumbnails from an entire directory of images then
ImageMagick <http://www.imagemagick.org/ is a great tool. It is not
interactive so your first attempt will require a few tries to create
the .bat file you want.
David Segall wrote:
That would be The GIMP (Gnu Image Manipulation Program) at
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