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Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by gravy, Nov 25, 2010.

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  1. gravy

    gravy Member

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    I'm in the process of fixing up the old girl and have lots of plans for her.
    New floor in the back deck and down below, I'm in the market for a used toilet if any one has one they want to part with let me know. I plain on taking the bottom down to bare and cleaning it up, the sides just need painting. Thanks Gravy
  2. Savasa

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    Greetings,
    It's good to see other folks are taking time to "spruce up" their rides. If I may be so bold as to suggest, do ONE project at a time. I speak from experience. It's terrible to want to launch in the spring with a lot of half finished projects. There's always a "list" and always something to be able to put off until next year.
    Peter
  3. gravy

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    Thanks for the tip, my main goal is to repair the back deck she has a lot of water damage that rotted out the main deck boards. Do you know how to install photos , mine are always to large,I don't know to down size the pixsels.
    thanks Gravy
  4. NYCAP123

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    Hope this helps:
    Reducing # of Pixels In A Photo
    Simply reduce the size of the picture equally in the editing software that came with your camera. Stretch/skew and reduce it manually by entering in how much pixels you want until the width becomes 640 or a little less but do not forget to equalize the vertical or else the image will look distorted.
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    Shangri-La Senior Member

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    There's one that I use I downloaded for free from Microsoft called Image Resizer. Very easy to use.
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    Thats great help . thanks for the info I'm eager to post som photos of my boat
    Gravy
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    I hope my photo comes out ok river roamer [50%] [45].jpg
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    Very pretty.:)
  9. Savasa

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    Greetings,
    Gravy...Classic lines....VERY nice!