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Using the Gallery
« on: December 01, 2008, 07:21:15 PM »

A little bit of help to make sure you get what you want from the gallery

Note: The gallery is only open to registered members. Sorry for this!

It is important to point out how to download the hi-res images:-

When browsing the gallery, all images are displayed as (120x120 max) thumbnails, these are just low quality previews. Clicking on a thumbnail will present you with a fairly-highly compressed medium sized preview (800x800 max). This is purely to enable a better view of the image and is not recommended for download.
To download an image (once a thumbnail has been clicked) you need to use the link below the image for download. Right click on the link and select "Save image as..." and specify your download location. This will initiate a download of the full-sized image (some over 3500x3500 pix), and this may take a while ;)

The gallery is split into several sections that are again split to narrow the search for what you are looking for.
The best way to locate an image (especially as the gallery gets larger) is to use the gallery search. When using this, it is best to also enable keyword search as most images have keywords that may relate to their content more than the image name alone. An example is an advert that may have several computers on it, and each may have been added to the keywords.

When browsing the gallery, please take time to rate the images, and a comment or two would also help me with improving the gallery.

Thanks and I hope you enjoy your "browsing".

Don't forget that you are welcome to add to the gallery or create your own user gallery if so wished.

Cheers "FLASH"
« Last Edit: December 02, 2008, 08:31:11 AM by Flash »
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