Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/10/24

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Subject: [Leica] new photos
From: philippe.orlent at (Philippe Orlent)
Date: Sun Oct 24 14:49:41 2004

Didier, Phong,

You have a point there. I'll make sure at least some reference is added to
each image next time I post some photos.
On the other hand, I find it pretty interesting to hear from others how they
describe the images: "the panoramic one" and "the girl with the 5 fingers
spread" are pretty clear to me.
Thanks for looking,

P.S.: Didier, is there any way to ged rid of the intro page (or at least
alter it so that I van incorporate my name on it) and to change the loading

> From: Didier Ludwig <>
> Reply-To: Leica Users Group <>
> Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2004 19:19:01 +0200
> To: Leica Users Group <>
> Subject: RE: [Leica] new photos
> Philippe,
> My favourite is the 4th picture from the right, the girl with the 5 fingers
> spread.
> Thanks for posting!
> Phong,
> That's because the gallery is made with Macromedia Flash. Whats
> inconvenient for most users (like you), can be conveniant for the copyright
> owner that is having his images a little bit better protected (but you can
> still capture a screenshot to copy it). Though I'm assistant professor for
> exactly Macromedia Flash, I mostly prefer html gallerys for photographs,
> especially for showing to list members.
> But I still prefer a Flash gallery to dominant and ugly copyright claims
> placed in the middle of a photograph, like some of us do.
> Didier
>> Philippe Orlent posted:
>> Hello Philiipe,
>> I enjoy the photos.  My favorite is probably
>> the panoramic one.  One disadvantage of
>> your presentation is that one cannot cut-and-paste
>> the URL of the photo under discussion, making
>> it less convenient to talk about the particular
>> photos.   One way to counter that is to have
>> titles or captions to the photos.
>> Still, I prefer to be able to cut-and-paste the URL
>> into my reply making it easier for others to follow
>> the discussion.
>> Thanks for posting,
>> - Phong
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