Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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anecessaryevil
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Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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It's here, let's show what it can do!
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anecessaryevil
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Kittens 001_Final-reg-smlr.jpg
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I was getting ready to go to the zoo to shoot animals when I looked down and saw these little critters out in the sun for the first time.
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Oscar
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

Post by Oscar »

Which now reminds me the unregistered version still prints beta on the image instead of trial.

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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Sydney Harbour Bridge (seen from Lavender bay)
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DAP (AOPs): http://jelstudio.dk/DAP/
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Lugi
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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MWRR116.jpg
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bobandiggy
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Does anyone know the problem/answer to this behavior when enlarging a forum picture.

Many (all?) pics posted have an option to enlarge the pic by either left clicking on the pic or clicking the plus sign in the upper left. Some then have an additional option to enlarge further using another plus sign in the upper left - however some pics don't completely enlarge and just show a strip of the picture.

I'm mostly interested in the ramifications of this behaviour relative to trying to download the integrated flow to try on my copy of Reactor.
? Will I get the flow from the medium sized pic or do I need to download the larger strip? or does the strip even have the flow?

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Bob Mc

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Tell us which image it is and we can see if it works that way for everyone.
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bobandiggy
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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lugi's MWRR116.jpg- just above my post

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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

Post by Fluffbutt »

I've seen the same thing here before.

You can right click the image part of the little bit shown and select "open in new window" (or whatever your browser says).

You can then see whatever size it is (I think it does this when the big image is only a little bigger than the middle stage size).

No guarantee that the flow will be there though.

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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Hello,

this is black Peggy in the Sun
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