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In newer versions of Thunderbird I couldn't find the View menu from @ngen's answer. A basic workaround for Debian or Ubuntu would be: Save the mail as email.eml. Open up a terminal and navigate to the directory where you saved the mail to sudo apt install mpack munpack email.eml Afterwards, all attached files or embedded images should be as single files ...


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My solution is without resizing/resampling the picture. Tested on Outlook 2007. After inserting the picture set the text wrapping mode to In Front of Text instead of Inline with Text. This may require a couple of more steps to position your picture properly but it seems to be simpler than changing the DPI and saving the image. The default wrapping mode ...


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I think its better to check css and static html blocks if you placed any images directly without using Magento getBaseUrl() or store_url="" structure. Or check your website for SSL verified on - https://www.whynopadlock.com/


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Think about how big you want to print it. Printer resolution is usually 300 pixels per inch (ppi aka dpi). So if you want to print it with a size of 1inch x 1 inch, you use the the file export dialogue (Shift+Ctrl+E) and set width and height to 300 . Alternatively, if you created the image in the size, it should be printed (or just scale everything ...


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Install xclip (be sure the version is 0.12+svn84, because 0.12 is not enough); then, add this line to the box in the compiz settings manager: xclip -selection clipboard -target image/png -i Example in compiz You should then be able to paste it to any other x application


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Beyond Compare 4's Picture Compare doesn't have the Beyond Compare 3's Side-by-side layout. The only way you can change the layout is by selecting View > Full Screen (F11). In the Full Screen view, there is an icon in the top left corner you can click on to select between the left image, right image, and comparison. Hit F11 or Esc to exit Full Screen.


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Is the xvda bootable? If yes, just use dd to write the image into a USB disk.(dd if = the_path_of_your_image of = the_path_of_the_USB_disk) Please note that the partition table will be copied too. So if the size of the USB disk is large than the xvda, you may need to expand the partition and then expand the file system.


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The "green progress bar" is only an animation the Windows uses to tell the user that it' working. I've never seen it actually related to the duration before the Explorer window become operational. When you open a folder with images, what happens while that progress bar is filling, is that Explorer is fetching for each file the associated thumbnail, or ...


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Try omitting the -r 30 parameter for the input framerate and use -framerate 30 for the output framerate instead. I had the same problem and that worked for me.


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Be sure you have enough free space on Drive C:\ (The drive windows is installed). I have same problem and search very much, and do all things but the reason was not enough space on Windows drive.


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Word page size A5 Format Fist of all resize your image in width:768px Height:959px resolution 80(dpi) Then Go to Insert tab> click picture > select your resize image > Go to position > click more layout option > select square then select wrapp text left only and click Ok. Go to format tab > Resize your width and height as per your need


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I know it's an old thread but here's how I sorted it. I was zoomed in the lower quadrant of the image and GIMP pasted the clipboard onto the top-left corner. So clicking on the pasted layer only showed the copied area. To see the pasted image, zoom out to see the whole image! Hope help someone save some time.


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I believe that Netpbm's pamthreshold is a much faster and more flexible solution. For TIFF files, I do $ tifftopnm test.tiff | pamthreshold | pamtotiff > bitonal.tiff For Jpeg files you can do $ jpegtopnm test.jpeg | pamthreshold | pamtotiff > bitonal.tiff Pamthreshold is rather powerful (take a look at its man page).


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I've noticed the same thing with mine. However, I played around with it and got it to work. Here is what I did. I created a new folder in OneDrive. Opened Windows Explorer. Multi-Selected 20 pictures and drag them into the folder. Only a few pictures showed thumbnails. The rest were "missing". I clicked the "View Items in a list" button. I can see ...



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