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    You are absolutely right Rennie that the cone hides the dressing (I also like cones because they avoid that moment when you get to the end of a fly a knacker up the head!) - with a placcy tube I just wanted some weight. I'll give it a go on a small tungsten tube for you Sir and then i'll be covered

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    Generous to a fault sir!
    P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrPatrickT View Post
    Thanks Jockiescott - as a more detailed description - most pcs have a standard 'snag-it' or 'snip' tool. You can choose what you want to snip. I then open powerpoint and paste in - resize - add next pic - resize etc. The main thing to do then when you save is to Save As - and rather than a .ppt - look for .jpg. That makes it a 'picture' that can be uploaded. You do lose some picture quality - but saved me adding 11 pictures one by one and losing my mind if they were upside down/inverted 90 degress by the wonders of SFF photo upload!

    All the best, Patrick
    Try irfanview . wideley used by businesses etc, it's free, great for image manipulation and can do bulk re-sizing etc on whole directories of images.

    IrfanView - Official Homepage - One of the Most Popular Viewers Worldwide

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    Default Cone and non coned sparkly junction pigs

    A few more - think I need to move on now!!

    Youíll also see Iíve now got one of them fancy photo things- donít think it works for iPhones

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    These are gorgeous Dr P.

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    Crackers Patrick I much prefer the in hand photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by mows View Post
    These are gorgeous Dr P.
    Cheers Mows - glad you like them

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    Cheers Lv10 - I'll try a few more in this style and see how they come out.

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