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Old 04-08-2004, 09:21 AM
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Leah....

Thanks for the tips on Zonealarm but I still can't get the attachments unless I turn it off completely. The 'smilies' will come through but no attachments.

Flora...

I've had time to digest all the advice but I'm still a little unsure as to what you did. This is my first attempt at anything like this....

Could you take it a little slower, please? What exactly did you copy to a new layer...selected good bits or bad bits. You then moved them over to cover the damages.....moved what over?

Did you clone largish areas like a new hat for example?

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Colin
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Old 04-08-2004, 09:39 AM
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Hmm... are you seeing the thumbnails for the attachments but not the attachments themselves, or are you not seeing even the thumbnails? And what exactly happens if you click on a thumbnail (or a where-a-thumbnail-ought-to-be)? Do you get a blank popup, or no popup at all, or...?
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Old 04-08-2004, 09:44 AM
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Underneath the words 'attached thumbnail' there is nothing. However, if I move the mouse over to the left of the box underneath the words, a link appears to the attachment, which when I click, opens!!

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Old 04-08-2004, 12:25 PM
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Hi Colin,

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Could you take it a little slower, please? What exactly did you copy to a new layer...selected good bits or bad bits. You then moved them over to cover the damages.....moved what over?
The technique I used for it, is explained in Katrin Eismann's book "Photoshop Restoration & Retouching" .... If you don't have it, you can read and download this Sample Chapter at her site.

The technique is described on Page 5 of this sample chapter under the heading: Hiding Clutter and Distractions.


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Did you clone largish areas like a new hat for example?
No .... I usually never clone large areas .....

Please, don't hesitate to contact me, should you need more help on this.

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