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    Posted 1 year ago

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    Hello fellow collectors here is my new find the 1934 Big Bad Wolf clock with the original box. The last photo is of all the original watches in the original boxes. Thanks for looking hope you enjoy them. Sorry About the photo being sideways but CW will not accept the photo after I rotated it in my computer


    1. pw-collector pw-collector, 1 year ago
      Great find & collection.
    2. keramikos keramikos, 1 year ago
      mickeysmagic, Cool. :-)

      As to one of your pictures being sideways: I've had that happen to me, and it IS annoying. Apparently, it's a problem that CW is working on, and in the meantime, CW users can either live with it as is, or do what I did.

      You can edit your picture, either trimming it or augmenting it so that it's more nearly square (as opposed to rectangular).

      I haven't tried the augmentation technique here at CW, only the trimming, but it's worth a shot if you can't do the latter because your subject matter is too 'long.'

      I have done the augmentation method with images that I want to print at my local Kodak printing kiosk, and not have the automation trim my image in some undesirable way.

      Just pad your image with some white space, then delete the existing image in your CW post, post the padded one, and see if it posts 'upright.'

      FYI, I took the liberty of downloading and trimming your first picture on the left, then posting it, and it seemed to work for me (I've since deleted it).

      Good luck!
    3. mickeysmagic mickeysmagic, 1 year ago
      Thank you pw-collector for the nice comments and everyone for all the loves it's very much appreciated. Thank you keramikos for the info I will try when I have more time got a new computer and still figuring things out.
    4. mickeysmagic mickeysmagic, 1 year ago
      Thanks karamikos I tried on my iPad and it worked great. Proves you can learn something new everyday no matter how old you are!
    5. keramikos keramikos, 1 year ago
      You're more than welcome. It's something I only learned myself through trial-and-error in my increasingly decrepit years. };-)

      The photo doesn't need to be perfectly square, merely not too long of a rectangle. I don't know precisely what constitutes 'too long.' Probably somebody at CW has the exact dimensions, but it ain't me.

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