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  Reply # 809352 1-May-2013 08:45
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ubernoob: The photo was too small for me to see, so I went to twitpic.com/cmz2zt as per the top of the freitasm original post, but it has been removed.

is it possible to increase the size of your photos, I can't see SaltyNZ's either so it makes the joke a little less humourous



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  Reply # 809357 1-May-2013 09:02
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ubernoob: The photo was too small for me to see, so I went to twitpic.com/cmz2zt as per the top of the freitasm original post, but it has been removed.

is it possible to increase the size of your photos, I can't see SaltyNZ's either so it makes the joke a little less humourous



Tsk... You're supposed to screenshot/photograph your computer viewing the web page with *my* screenshot in it, and post that.

Then someone else screenshot/photographs their machine showing your screenshot, etc.




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  Reply # 809691 1-May-2013 17:07
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Linuxluver:
ubernoob: The photo was too small for me to see, so I went to twitpic.com/cmz2zt as per the top of the freitasm original post, but it has been removed.

is it possible to increase the size of your photos, I can't see SaltyNZ's either so it makes the joke a little less humourous



Try pressing keys "cntl and +" when your browser has focus.  

Repeat until the image(s) is / are large enough to read.

To resume normal appearance use "cntl and -". 


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