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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Just found - 5 minutes ago! - See if you can find the mistake!

 
 
MISHENICHNAS ADAR MARBIN BESIMCHA!

14 comments:

  1. You take out all the fun if the file name is the mistake.
    Like here:
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-DF8H5jgxYCs/URQBrm-hBDI/AAAAAAAAADo/5rPBCZ4Ag2c/s320/Osam+Osam.jpg

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    1. But where do you see the file name when it's posted on the blog?

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  2. Right click the picture and click on "view image" or similar option and look at the address line (or whatever its called). Or right click and choose "save image" and see the name of the file. Sometimes its enough to hover with the mouse over the image and looking at the status bar on bottom - like in the post with the three mezuzas a few days ago.

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    1. I understand that - or by clicking on "Properties", you can see it as well. But who asked you to click on anything?... Leave the mouse alone - and just read! - Then I won't be taking any fun away from you!...

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    2. OK but sometimes I open the picture in a separate tab to enlarge it, like in the case of the three mezuzas, and then I see the file name (for some reason in this post the picture didn't enlarge). I'll try next time not to look.

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    3. I don't think I have any other option. I have so many files accumilated through the years of various problems found in Tefillin & Mezuzahs, that I must give it as clear a name as possible, or else I'll never be able to find any files.

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    4. Hi Shea,
      Just rename them prior to uploading.

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    1. but you would want to stretch the tuf a little so the revach is less than 3 yudin. be careful not to make ponim chadashos. it also might look ugly when thickened

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    1. Reb Shea, could you send me some more of your mezuzah scans? I could really use the practice.

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    3. Click on the following link. This should keep you busy for a while... Hatzlacha!
      http://www.mezuzamehudar.com/archives.php

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