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*G* Well, can anyone beat that? I finally found out what all the ruckus about CAMachinist was about! Now I've got to go back and look at the photo!



Steve Leslie, 65 coupe in restoration. 302, toploader, A/C, disc brakes, bench seat
 

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What is that?...lol

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The little picture is of my car! I've got it on jackstands (front) and the driver's side fender is off. I was getting ready to detail the inner fenderwell area and that pic is prior to that.

Here is a better one.

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1571478&a=11942550&p=42927724.jpg


Steve Leslie, 65 coupe in restoration. 302, toploader, A/C, disc brakes, bench seat
 
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how do you "change" a large picture to the 65 x 75 pixels without distorting it??

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How did you get your picture to move?

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i posted this before - copying it in here:


just a tip for sizing your pic
if you're using photoshop, paintshop or something similar, you can crop your pic to a width/height relationship of 0.867 regardless of the size. then, just resize to 65 by 75 to keep the pic in proportion. also, it helps to reduce the # of colors to take up[ less space and enable faster loading.
lots of us are putting our cars in which is tricky because most of our pics are long-ways(landscape), not portrait aspect.
mike o

ps- if you need help, email me your pic and ill size it for you.







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