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Monday, August 17, 2015




Would any one consider the vuv of the Shem to be OK?


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  1. כן
    ולרווחא דמילתא הייתי שואל תינוק, ואחר שיקראנו לתקן עיגול הראש בהוספת דיו

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  2. Count me in.

    I don't even see a Safek.

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  3. To me this looks like a kosher zayin, it has a real yetziah to the right as a result of the missing dio. Why is this not a zayin?

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    1. Because to the first glance of the eye it looks like a vov. You only see the blita on the right after its magnified and studied closely. At worst it's a shailos tinok

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    2. PS when you fix it you need to make sure you go from the regel up to the rosh. If you go in the other direction, you may make it worse during tikun

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  4. can you post a better image with a more straight on view?

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  5. looks like a Mordichi/Sefer Yeryim zayin, wouldn't let it go even with a tinok

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    1. Because you are looking at a high res magnified image much larger and more detailed than the real life image.

      Acc to Rav Friedlander, the only posek I got a straight answer from, you can only judge from a high res enlarged image on computer if you know how to translate it in your minds eye as to how it would look in real life

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    2. Exactly! When I receive shailas by e-mail I often downsize the image to as close to original size since enhanced sizes often change the appearance for better or worse. Sometimes I tell the person that I can't judge without seeing the original size so give guidelines to help them decide based on looking at the original.

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    3. Yes but original size won't be as clear as real life. You need to find the balance, it takes a lot of experience, including how to factor in if a picture is dark or light or blurry or crooked...

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  6. Yes, I'm aware and when I feel that I can't judge from an image I let the person know and in some cases may ask for a better image or different angle. I'm no Rav Friedlander but do feel confident in answering most shailos e-mailed to me.

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