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Old 08-10-2015, 06:25 PM
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NOTICE:

Crossfire forum has been updated to the theme with the full width screen view today.

The owners have made some changes so all here will see the forum on there PC screen wider to fill your entire screen
This should help when over sized photos are posted to allow them to fit with in the normal view field on any PC
Some of you may not see any difference based on the default setting you have already been used to using

Enjoy, Gary
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Old 08-10-2015, 07:04 PM
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Cool, I did notice it, but thought it was something I did with my zoom level earlier.
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Old 08-11-2015, 07:55 AM
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Yep. I figured the 'puter looked up, saw me, decided to "help out" and changed it to "Old Man" settings by default.
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NOTICE:

Crossfire forum has been updated to the theme with the full width screen view today.

The owners have made some changes so all here will see the forum on there PC screen wider to fill your entire screen
This should help when over sized photos are posted to allow them to fit with in the normal view field on any PC
Some of you may not see any difference based on the default setting you have already been used to using

Enjoy, Gary
Hey. Thanks for the advice about the extensions and width of the photos. I want to say that the width of the photos should be optimal so that the quality of the photo does not deteriorate. Once I wrote electronic written work, in which I was helped by the service on writing written paper works - www.papersowl.com which is usually paid for writing paperwork. But they agreed to check my electronic work. The letter in the work was perfect, but the pictures were a little hurt, so I advise you to follow the rule - you can have a small picture size with good quality.

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Old 07-10-2018, 09:03 AM
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Hey. Thanks for the advice about the extensions and width of the photos. I want to say that the width of the photos should be optimal so that the quality of the photo does not deteriorate. Once I wrote electronic written work, in which I was helped by the service on writing written paper works - which is usually paid for writing paperwork. But they agreed to check my electronic work. The letter in the work was perfect, but the pictures were a little hurt, so I advise you to follow the rule - you can have a small picture size with good quality.
I have just read what you wrote about writing written works and I am writing these words in the hope you read them and rightfully realize that the earlier posts were really written way back when.
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Old 07-10-2018, 09:19 AM
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How much wood would a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood ?
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