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  • bhall07
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    Thanks!!!

    Originally posted by Leah
    - but by the time you read this I'll have got rid of that, so you probably won't know what I'm on about )
    I know what you were talking about. I wrote the tut in word and did a copy and paste. I then had to load the photos and it was a lot less space. I just did'nt know how to get rid of it.

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  • Leah
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    That's OK then - it must be "ghost" code and I'll get rid of it (I was alerted to the fact that there was something invisible there by the huge space at the bottom of the tutorial before the bottom of the page - but by the time you read this I'll have got rid of that, so you probably won't know what I'm on about )

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  • bhall07
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    No other photos.

    Originally posted by Leah
    Hi Bob - thanks for taking the time to write this one up. The last few images in the tutorial (everything from "With very little effort, you can make some photos look as if their DOF was set “Perfect” when you snapped!" onwards) aren't showing up in the tutorial - when I checked the source code, they're down as pointing to images on your own hard drive (C:\DOCUME~1\BOBHAL~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\msohtml1\01).

    If these images are meant to be there, then please have a go at uploading them and fixing the references. If not (if they were just working images before you uploaded, for example) then please let me know and I'll get rid of the references from the tutorial.

    Thanks again, Leah
    Thanks, Leah!
    There are no images beyond "With very little effort, you can make some photos look as if their DOF was set “Perfect” when you snapped!"

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  • Leah
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    Hi Bob - thanks for taking the time to write this one up. The last few images in the tutorial (everything from "With very little effort, you can make some photos look as if their DOF was set “Perfect” when you snapped!" onwards) aren't showing up in the tutorial - when I checked the source code, they're down as pointing to images on your own hard drive (C:\DOCUME~1\BOBHAL~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\msohtml1\01).

    If these images are meant to be there, then please have a go at uploading them and fixing the references. If not (if they were just working images before you uploaded, for example) then please let me know and I'll get rid of the references from the tutorial.

    Thanks again, Leah

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  • bhall07
    started a topic Quick, easy, painless "Selective Focus".

    Quick, easy, painless "Selective Focus".

    Set the focus to highlight selected areas of a photo using PS7 [details]
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