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 Posted: Fri Sep 21st, 2012 01:24 pm
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Here we go again.

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Thats one buisy picture!



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Yes!  3hrs 52min, it's a lot easier when you realise you can make the image larger!

 

Doug

 

PS My earlier problems re Norton were solved by clicking the tiny blue 'options' at the bottom of the removal report and selecting 'Restore'.

 

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week 55. 2hrs 43 mins.



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Week 55, 1hr, 25mins, 14secs... few ! Still can't beat SWMBO's time !

Cheers, Gary.



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Certainly a very busy scene, but the different colours, shades and angles make some parts fairly easy to find.




Glad you found the larger image, Doug. You should try it without looking at the picture though. It can be fun to see the scene gradually unfolding as pieces are fitted together. A great way to study a model.

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Gary wrote: Week 55, 1hr, 25mins, 14secs... few ! Still can't beat SWMBO's time !

Cheers, Gary.

showoff.bet you was doing it upside down.:thumbs



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jigsaw 11600. 1 hr 48 mins.how do you show the little time completed box by the way?

good this.SWMBO's going ape.



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spurno wrote: jigsaw 11600. 1 hr 48 mins.how do you show the little time completed box by the way?

good this.SWMBO's going ape.


While the time box is on the screen press SHIFT and Prt Sc (a key usually near the right hand upper corner of the keyboard). This will copy the entire screen onto the windows clipboard.

Now open up an image application - I use Adobe Photoshop Elements, but Windows Paint works okay - and paste the clipboard into a new picture. Then crop around the time box and save as a new image. (In paint, you have to draw a selection box around the time box, then copy, and then paste again into another new image - this time just the time box will appear - then save.

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Usually, if you use alt + PrtScn it will capture only the active window or dialogue - that will save you having to crop the capture of an entire screen. I haven't tried it with the jigsaw application but it works with most apps.



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No, not up-side-down... Just blind folded !

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