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Thank you Norvic for all your help
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Test Image V2
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frat415 wrote: 01 Jun 2023 07:02 Thank you Norvic for all your help
No problem - I'm sorry I omitted a vital part first time!
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Test of Republica Dominicana ( Dominican Republic) stamps in stock pages
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Stamps from Ecuador Centenary of the Pan-American Union 1940 sc # 394/7

sheetlets featuring 50 cents / 10 cents / 5 cents / 1 Sucre
50 cents sheetlet sc # 396
50 cents sheetlet sc # 396
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10 cents sheetlet sc # 395
10 cents sheetlet sc # 395
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5 cents sheetlet sc # 394
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1 sucre sheetlet sc # 397
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Swedish Sheet Music covers, for orientation.
Tsusande Skog - Waltz; Swedish sheet music cover.
Tsusande Skog - Waltz; Swedish sheet music cover.
På Baltiskan - Waltz; Swedish sheet music cover.
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The picture in my file is up the right way but after posting it is on its side. :evil:

Can I fix this after posting or must it be carried out beforehand?

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electric chook wrote: 28 Jul 2023 15:45 The picture in my file is up the right way but after posting it is on its side. :evil:

Can I fix this after posting or must it be carried out beforehand?

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No, it must be done beforehand.

and to do it, as mentioned in this thread and the image instructions thread.

However you have it, rotate it through 90º to get it upright; then rotate it another 360º. This ensures that it has been rotated riight around and ought then to be right - though you do have to remember to save it as well :D
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I have spent probably 30 hours of my life trying to get image orientation to work properly - from all sources. The problem is that the images are coded differently when coming from different platforms, and this leads to ambiguity.

If you have an image that uploads in the wrong orientation (ie. it shows correctly on your device, but uploads sideways), please email the unedited image to

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If you can tell me how the image was generated (iPhone 14, canon Lide 400 scanner on Windows 11, Samsung S10, etc.) that would be extra helpful.

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Denmark 1938 Wavy Lines 5Øre wine red
Denmark 1938 Wavy Lines 5Øre wine red



Sorry, I forgot to include "stamps" on image comment. I hope the posting is correctly done.

I have a red paper stamp that looks identical to the 1938 wine red 5Øre stamp from Denmark, but I have been unable to find any reference to it anywhere on line.

I have posted the two together to amplify my point.

I was wondering if anyone knows of this stamp, or when it was issued.

Thanking you in advance for your time and consideration.
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Probably affixed to a red envelope and soaking has stained the stamp.

That said I have never seen a red envelope from Denmark so it was probably a British one, and soaking affected all the stamps in the batch.

Throw it away unless you want it to show others how NOT to soak stamps on red envelopes!
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Thanks for your input Norvic.

I have added a note to myself with your explanation, and will ensure that I do not make the same mistake as the person from whom I received that stamp!

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Thanks jinxter for that image showing the two Danish stamps.

My (independent) assessment fully agrees with norvic's — the reddish discolouration of the second stamp is most likely a result of careless soaking, probably involving a group of stamps on paper that included at least one on red paper. The whole batch being soaked would have been similarly spoiled. For further confirmation, look at the unevenness of the red staining on your spoiled stamp, especially in its value tablet.

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Thanks for your input RogerE.

I see what you mean about the uneven staining.

I will be keeping the stamp as an oddity, but with a note explaining the why. As I said in my Roll Call, my collection is not "serious", and I am starting with combining what looks like 5 collections into a coherent whole, with stamps that in the main do not seem to be of merchantable quality. So I have colour variations and perfins too :)

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Lovely items Eli :D

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A follow-up to jinxter.

Glad you found my comments helpful. As a more general comment on your collecting strategy, may I make a suggestion? The problem of rationalising five separate collections into one might be overwhelming. On the principle that a large problem can be broken down into smaller problems, so the logjam may be freed by working on one of those small problems at as time...

Indeed, perhaps you could think about parts of your current "accumulation" that you find particularly interesting, and consider working on making a small, focused "subject collection" organising and expanding one of those interesting groups of stamps. After some time making modest progress on subject collection A, you could then shift attention to another interesting group and develop that into a subject collection B. The idea is you now put in most of your effort working on B, but keep open to opportunities that will allow you to add something appropriate to A. Later you can put both A and B on the "back burner", and start focusing on a further subject collection C. And so on.

One good feature of such a strategy is that when you start organising and developing a particular subject collection, it's relatively easy to find new and relevant items to add to that collection, but as time goes by it gets harder to find/afford new relevant items for that collection. By switching focus to a new subject collection, you don't run out of momentum, while remaining open to acquiring the occasional missing gem for some earlier subject collection among those currently on the back burner.

I hope that's a helpful strategy suggestion. Happy collecting!

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Reply to RogerE

thank you again for your input. I like your idea, and if my stamps were in a better order, I might do as you suggest.

As it is, I have been sorting by country, alphabetically, and by date of issue within each country, and am currently up to France! Mind you, I have already sorted the UK and New Zealand stamps. Stamps are in hingeless boards, according to size, 8 strips, 6 strips and 4 strips. Those that are too tall for the 4-strip go in my FDC album. those that are too tall for the FDC go in an A4 document wallet.

All stamps are also entered on spreadsheets, one sheet per stamp board, one spreadsheet for each of A (lots of Aussie stamps, so over 70 pages of A stamps), B and C. DEF are going into another spreadsheet.That way, when I find a stamp I have missed, I can easily figure out where to put it, and currently have enough spaces to accommodate them, without having to move rows and rows.

One of the surprises of sorting things out is that I found a cover with a common Australian stamp on it, that is postmarked Tokio Bay, on the day of the formal surrender by the Japanese. I do not who the sender was or what ship they were on, but I do know who the addressee was. Indeed, one of the collections came from the addressee's son, who was a friend of my older brothers.

I am guessing that this topic has now run its course, and if it is to continue, should do so in another thread :)

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Yes, though I didn't find another thread that seems suitable. /RogerE 🦉
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Finally received this.
Scanned and sent from PC to my Phone and then here. (Wife's PC :roll: ) is it ok :?:
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MargoZ wrote: 01 Jun 2020 19:28 2 then click Place inline - that bit is most important.

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Hello, is anyone else having issues with the "Place inline" button not appearing once an image has been attached? I have tried multiple times over multiple days, but it's not appearing. It was fine upon until a few days ago...

I tried different images too with the same result. All images are around 1.5mb so well below the maximum size capacity.

Any thoughts appreciated.
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No problems here.
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Try this order:
Post Reply, Attachments, Add Files, File Comment, Place in Line, Preview, Submit.
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Hello King Tut,

I am testing the addition of two images, using the following steps:
(a) Placing the first image (your avatar) in the current draft window.
(b) Adding a caption in the box to the right of the "Place inline" button.
(c) Clicking the "Place inline" button.
The King Tut avatar
The King Tut avatar
(d) Clicking the "Submit" button.
(e) Taking a screenshot of the current display.
(f) Clicking the pencil icon in the top right corner of the post, so I can edit the submitted text — adding text here.
(g) Taking a screenshot of the current draft text plus the bottom of the displayed text.
(h) Adjusting the size of the (e) screenshot, and placing it in the current draft window.
(i) Taking a screenshot of the last few lines of the draft, down to the list of filenames of attachments.
(j) Clicking the "centre" button and adding the (e) screenshot between the two "centre" commands.
Screenshot of step (e)
Screenshot of step (e)
(k) Adjusting the size of the (h) screenshot, and placing it in the current draft window.
(l) Clicking the "centre" button and adding the (h) screenshot between the two "centre" commands.
Screenshot of step (h)
Screenshot of step (h)
(m) Taking a screenshot of the foot of the current draft down as far as the attachment filenames.
(n) Adjusting the size of the (m) screenshot, and placing it in the current draft window.
(o) Clicking the "centre" button and adding the (m) screenshot between the two "centre" commands.
Screenshot of step (m)
Screenshot of step (m)
(p) Finally, clicking the "centre" button and adding the original King Tut avatar between the two "centre" commands.
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The King Tut avatar
(q) Pressing "Submit" for the final time.

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Hi Ubobo.R.O. and RogerE

Thanks for the ideas, but unfortunately no luck. The image continues to be attached to the draft but the Place inline button does not appear; only the Delete button.
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King Tut wrote: 17 Sep 2023 14:13 Hi Ubobo.R.O. and RogerE

Thanks for the ideas, but unfortunately no luck. The image continues to be attached to the draft but the Place inline button does not appear; only the Delete button.
Could the size of the attachment be too big? 🤔
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What type of image are you trying to load? 1.5mb is a rather large jpg!


As far as I can see, if its not going to accept the file (any file), you will not see "place inline".

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Yes, King Tut.
• If you cannot reproduce the sequence of steps I showed, then it's probably a problem with your software (the operating system you are using).
• If you can reproduce the sequence of steps I showed, then it's probably a problem with the image you are attempting to load. As Number-O-Ne suggests, that could simply be the size of your image.

{Incidentally, my post shows an "Edited once" footnote because other posts were added while I was part way through creating it.}

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I have an 8mg jpg that I can load. I don't think it the size.

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Ruthy wrote: 22 Sep 2023 20:18
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It's loaded well - congratulations. But it's not ideal for any questions. A scanner is best, rather than a camera, to achieve a sharper better aligned effect.
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Thankyou for the help and advice
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Just testing. The photo I shot some time ago.
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Great photo - remember you MUST do one more step - the PLACE INLINE button -

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Nice Cape Triangles laitinenp 8-)
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Thanks admin for the advice, succeeded now to make it inline. And thank you ebay for the compliments. I have a small and modest collection over these triangles, one of my favourites.
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Postage stamp of Vietnam, issued December 1981
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iinet wrote: 06 Oct 2023 17:15 Postage stamp of Vietnam, issued December 1981
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A surprise to see a kangaroo on a stamp of Vietnam. :D
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This is one of the most helpful and important post on Stampboards

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More Bolded Federated at top
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Hello Lokomotiv. The Malay tigers are very attractive stamps, and they have been the subject of much specialised study, as you no doubt know. Indeed, the Federated Malay States is a wonderful collecting area, complicated, much studied, and quite highly valued.

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At first I thought the difference in your pairs of detailed images could be down to the fact that each pair has one image slightly larger than the other. However, careful viewing confirms that the differences are intrinsic, as you have noted. In the text, I think the triangular space within each A is a very clear distinguishing feature: the bolder text has a much smaller triangular space within each A. Again, but not as striking, the space encircled within the c of the value tablets is larger in the bolder font case. Do you agree with these comments?

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Thank you for your comments Roger,

Yes I agree with what you mentioned, I was looking at the "c" from the opposite view as I thought the right c appeared to be slightly squashed compared to the left c.

I previewed these images to make sure my ducks were in a row as I used these images to make a post regarding a difference in the paper in the "You ask the questions..." forum in the chalky vs ordinary papers thread. I hope to find some clarification there.
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A very nice page unechan :D

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Nice group, gamer58 :D

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