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Postby Owen » 19 Dec 2003, 15:54

Saint Nick wrote:By the way Owen, do you feature on any of these pics ?


A couple, there's even a few where I realised I was being photographed and didn't just look like a drunken blob staring in the wrong direction.

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Postby The Fish » 19 Dec 2003, 15:55

nathan wrote:
Merry Fishmas wrote:I'm guessing this is the first time Yomp and the word "adorable" have appeared in the same post - unless of course someone can tell me different.

Adorable and Yomptepi are two words that go together like butter on toast.


So are you saying Drama Queen isn't adorable ?

She'll find out you know. She always does.
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Postby Slim! » 19 Dec 2003, 15:58

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What's on Snowdogs mind?
Scally Mcgrew wrote:

I think Slim has excellent taste in music.

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Postby Slim! » 19 Dec 2003, 16:00

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The elk wishes everyone on BCB a cool yule.
Scally Mcgrew wrote:



I think Slim has excellent taste in music.

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Postby atomic loonybin » 19 Dec 2003, 16:00

Slim Boy In Excelsis wrote:Image

What's on Snowdogs mind?


'Will Young...he's so dreamy...'?

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Postby Insouciant Western People » 19 Dec 2003, 16:04

Merry Fishmas wrote:
He's in this one

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The chap looking at Mrs Sensi with the slightly crazed sheen in his eyes ?

Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeere's OWEN !
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Postby Tonto Papadopoulos » 19 Dec 2003, 16:04

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"fuck del, you really are a big boy, aren't you?"

"have it, darling."
Apologising for the incitement of racial hatred in modern-Day Britain, Toby wrote:Also, what sort of society do we live in where jokes about religious garb or dress can't be made?


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Postby Slim! » 19 Dec 2003, 16:05

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Who's that in the background??????
Scally Mcgrew wrote:



I think Slim has excellent taste in music.

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Postby Tonto Papadopoulos » 19 Dec 2003, 16:07

Slim Boy In Excelsis wrote:
Who's that in the background??????


dunno. we could do with a blow up.
Apologising for the incitement of racial hatred in modern-Day Britain, Toby wrote:Also, what sort of society do we live in where jokes about religious garb or dress can't be made?


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Postby Slim! » 19 Dec 2003, 16:07

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All together now

"Behind you!!!"
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I think Slim has excellent taste in music.

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Postby Snowdog » 19 Dec 2003, 16:08

wah! humbug wrote:Image

"fuck del, you really are a big boy, aren't you?"

"have it, darling."


8)
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Postby Snowdog » 19 Dec 2003, 16:10

Atomic TinyTim wrote:
Slim Boy In Excelsis wrote:Image

What's on Snowdogs mind?


'Will Young...he's so dreamy...'?


"animal, vegetable or mineral... I'll do anything to anything!:"
"Elements of the past & future, combining to make something not quite as good as either."

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Postby Slim! » 19 Dec 2003, 16:16

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"Oooh, me grapes"
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I think Slim has excellent taste in music.

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Postby Neige » 19 Dec 2003, 16:18

Slim Boy In Excelsis wrote:Image

Who's that in the background??????


Looks like a very young David Hemmings. I guess he's standing in for Edwin Starr who had to attend another party.
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Postby Snowdog » 19 Dec 2003, 16:27

Saint Nick wrote:
Good King Owenceslas wrote:
Saint Nick wrote:
3 SirHamons in Orient are wrote:
Saint Nick wrote:How does one post one of the photos from Prof's site to this one ? Every time I try it I just get one of those annoying red crosses.


You need to change the lib name, and replace the htm with jpg.

The easiest way is to 'quote' another photo, and change the photo number to be honest.


:? Still confused I'm afraid. What's the lib name ? How does one 'quote' another photo ?


Quote someone elses post and fiddle with the url that it includes


Nobody's posted the one I want to use.

By the way Owen, do you feature on any of these pics ?


Are you sorted yet?

The easiest way I've found is to locate the photo you want to use... (in this case, where prof has put them but it works just as well with most other images)...

Right click on the pic & select "open image in new window" (I use a Mac, but I assume this option is a cross-platform standard)...

This results in a URL that you won't have to adjust, as mentioned earlier.

Copy the URL address line across the top of the new browser window (it should end with an image tag like .jpg or .tif...

Close or minimize that new window & locate your "quote" or "reply" box where you're composing your post...

In the appropriate place, paste the URL between image tags. This will look something like [img]your%20copied%20url,%20ending%20with%20.jpg[/img]...

Don't put any spaces or returns between either end of the pasted URL & the brackets...

If it looks like this, for instance:

[img]your copied url, ending with .jpg
[/img]

it won't work.

er... i think that's it.

I always preview my entries to make sure they work.

Sometimes a slash "/" at the end of the address (ie: address.pic.jpg/) will stop it working in some browsers & sometimes it won't.
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Postby Snowdog » 19 Dec 2003, 16:29

The Virgin Spamfy : ) wrote:Image


Del never quite got the hang of being a ventriloquist.....


I could see her lips move from there.

:oops: :shock:

That's sooo rude.
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Postby Insouciant Western People » 19 Dec 2003, 16:29

Let it snowdog wrote:
Saint Nick wrote:
Good King Owenceslas wrote:
Saint Nick wrote:
3 SirHamons in Orient are wrote:
Saint Nick wrote:How does one post one of the photos from Prof's site to this one ? Every time I try it I just get one of those annoying red crosses.


You need to change the lib name, and replace the htm with jpg.

The easiest way is to 'quote' another photo, and change the photo number to be honest.


:? Still confused I'm afraid. What's the lib name ? How does one 'quote' another photo ?


Quote someone elses post and fiddle with the url that it includes


Nobody's posted the one I want to use.

By the way Owen, do you feature on any of these pics ?


Are you sorted yet?

The easiest way I've found is to locate the photo you want to use... (in this case, where prof has put them but it works just as well with most other images)...

Right click on the pic & select "open image in new window" (I use a Mac, but I assume this option is a cross-platform standard)...

This results in a URL that you won't have to adjust, as mentioned earlier.

Copy the URL address line across the top of the new browser window (it should end with an image tag like .jpg or .tif...

Close or minimize that new window & locate your "quote" or "reply" box where you're composing your post...

In the appropriate place, paste the URL between image tags. This will look something like [img]your%20copied%20url,%20ending%20with%20.jpg[/img]...

Don't put any spaces or returns between either end of the pasted URL & the brackets...

If it looks like this, for instance:

[img]your copied url, ending with .jpg
[/img]

it won't work.

er... i think that's it.

I always preview my entries to make sure they work.

Sometimes a slash "/" at the end of the address (ie: address.pic.jpg/) will stop it working in some browsers & sometimes it won't.


Cheers for the advice, but I'm having to actually do some work for a change now. I've got a couple of spreadsheets to update before 5.30pm and I'm struggling with so many figures that my brain's about to spill out of my ears. I'll try again with the photos on Monday.

Cheers
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Postby The Dríver » 19 Dec 2003, 16:39

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The effects of listening to Andy MacAndy's compilations was making people adopt folk-singer poses without even realising it....
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Postby The Dríver » 19 Dec 2003, 16:40

In fact, it was contagious....
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Postby The Dríver » 19 Dec 2003, 16:44

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The moment when Diamonddog produced the Genesis Live LP again.
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