Jim Young

Crossing the Blue Ridge Mountains to Andrews AFB

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CS757 crossing the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Megascenery West Virginia and Virginia. Image is embedded from code received from my One Drive account.  Click on photo to enlarge.

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Good to see that CS757III which  was on real nice offer around Xmas time, Jim.

Been flying it a lot lately.

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51 minutes ago, Jim Young said:

Click on photo to enlarge.

I must admit, Jim... that does look very nice.

Also, when I click the photo, it downloads via my browser and opens in my desktop photo app.  Not an issue at all for me, but I'm used to seeing photos open in another browser window.  Just checking to see if that was the behavior you expected.

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50 minutes ago, dmiannay said:

Also, when I click the photo, it downloads via my browser and opens in my desktop photo app.  Not an issue at all for me, but I'm used to seeing photos open in another browser window.  Just checking to see if that was the behavior you expected.

You should be receiving a screen such as the following:

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I clicked on Open with and then hit OK and the image popped up in my Firefox browser.  I also checked the box for "Do this automatically for files like this from now on and it does not do it automatically.  Think I need to go into my browsers settings and change it there.  The first landing on the moon in 1969 (Apollo 11) was easier...

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2 hours ago, Jim Young said:

You should be receiving a screen such as the following:

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I did not get that dialogue popup when I clicked the picture the first time.  It just immediately started downloading and opened right away in my desktop photo app.  I'm not saying I don't already have a profile that does this automatically, I just don't recall ever setting something like that up. It also might be a "feature" of Firefox.  I'm using Chrome.

2 hours ago, Jim Young said:

The first landing on the moon in 1969 (Apollo 11) was easier...

Yep 🙂 we sure can get tied up in knots with all this technology.  But I must confess, part of me really does love the complexity!

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I went to the Options>Application tab as suggested and it was already set up to open jpg files in Firefox.  I'm sure Chrome has the same thing.  Still do not like the fact it is showing the nag even though I have it checked to do this automatically but it is just another 'OK' click to see the file in its original resolution.

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