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Postby CureIous » Fri Jan 08, 2010 10:01 pm

jimmylegs wrote:hi guys can you shrink those images a bit to maintain the right page width? very interesting viewing :) thx leetz


Define "right page width". No scrolling on my monitor (17").

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Re: Page width and image size

Postby NHE » Sat Jan 09, 2010 1:31 am

CureIous wrote:
jimmylegs wrote:hi guys can you shrink those images a bit to maintain the right page width? very interesting viewing :) thx leetz


Define "right page width". No scrolling on my monitor (17").

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On a 15" monitor with the resolution set to 800 x 600, a maximum image size of about 750 pixels wide is ok. This will cause the page to scroll horizontally somewhat, but the main column for the forum will still fit on the screen just fine.

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Re: Page width and image size

Postby CureIous » Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:56 pm

NHE wrote:
CureIous wrote:
jimmylegs wrote:hi guys can you shrink those images a bit to maintain the right page width? very interesting viewing :) thx leetz


Define "right page width". No scrolling on my monitor (17").

Mark.


On a 15" monitor with the resolution set to 800 x 600, a maximum image size of about 750 pixels wide is ok. This will cause the page to scroll horizontally somewhat, but the main column for the forum will still fit on the screen just fine.

NHE


Yeah, it's hard to tell what others are seeing, one man's "good" is bad for everyone else and vice versa. I have a 17" 1280x1024 so can read it from 10 feet away lol. Okay so I tried the teensy sizes at Small, the one I posted was medium (that's why the URL for it is "websize", and large is definitely out of the question, so what to do? The websize one (medium) is 638x640, seems small enough to me. If I post and have to scroll width-wise, then yeah it's too much but it just bumps out the center of the forum posting maybe 1/2". I think maybe some have the res for their monitors set really low to "blow things up" now everything on the net has to shrink down to fit the width.

Ouch my brain! :)
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Postby Mechanicallyinclined » Sat Jan 09, 2010 8:19 pm

the pics are fine as posted. Just have to set your resolution.
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Postby jimmylegs » Mon Jan 11, 2010 5:02 am

it all fits fine on my screen. i was going by whether it bumped out past the header, because this seemed to me to be the point of shortening urls. i'm new at moderating, if the width doesn't really matter then i learned something, please have patience with my learning curve - from time to time something like this is just gonna happen :)
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Postby AJWANTSACURE » Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:42 am

THIS IS LEETZ...THANK YOU MARK!!!! WONDERFUL JOB...well they said no stenosis..lol...

#1--testing was done on a 1.5T by a TECH!!!!

Is that a 1.5 Tessla MRV? I have a brain implant so can't use a standard MRI.

Could a CT-Scan show the same images?

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Postby leetz » Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:21 am

YEP 1.5 TELSA...CT scan should do just fine...not 100% sure though...anyone???
GOD BLESS.... CCSVI treatment Dr. Siskin great doc....symptom's improved for about 3 week's (gait, balance, spasticity) now back to square 1...
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2ND OPINION FROM VASULAR RADIOLOGIST

Postby leetz » Tue Jan 12, 2010 4:40 pm

SUrPRISE SUrPRISE...WE HAVE STENOSIS...WOW...2ND OPINION FROM SOMEONE WHO KNOW THEIR SH#$...


okay--my fellow radiologist lol...you were all correct!!!!!left jugular is wwwwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyy to narrow...will keep you updated!!!
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Re: 2ND OPINION FROM VASULAR RADIOLOGIST

Postby CureIous » Tue Jan 12, 2010 4:43 pm

leetz wrote:SUrPRISE SUrPRISE...WE HAVE STENOSIS...WOW...2ND OPINION FROM SOMEONE WHO KNOW THEIR SH#$...


okay--my fellow radiologist lol...you were all correct!!!!!left jugular is wwwwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyy to narrow...will keep you updated!!!


I'm uh, giggling in a manly way. Around these parts, we CONGRATULATE people on identifiable physical deformities. You mean that paper thin thing that is your left jugular, might be too narrow? Do pray tell....

Kudos to everyone. Uh, those were just layperson's opinions. We aren't open for business... ;)

Can't wait to hear more.

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Postby leetz » Tue Jan 12, 2010 4:50 pm

YOU ARE TOO FUNNY!!!LOL... i know...crazy isn't it!!! ye have little faith in the specialist...to all of those that will/are being tested...PLEASE GO TO SOMEONE THAT SPECIALTY IS VEINS!!!NOT NERVES!!!
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Postby Mechanicallyinclined » Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:07 pm

Way to go Leetz. Just curious , was their any mention of your right jugular? In discussing it here before we thought we may have noticed it to be twisted and flattened. I'm by no means an expert. Just curious what if anything was said about it. Good to see more people are taking notice of this!
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Postby annad » Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:14 pm

Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Aren't we a 'funny' bunch congratulating people for vein abnormalities!!!! :)
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Postby ozarkcanoer » Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:33 pm

Hey, I wanna vein abnormality !!! Gimme a vein abnormality, please, LOLOLOLOL !!!!!!

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Postby Katie41 » Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:36 pm

Congratulations, Leetz!!! The correct reading of the tests answers so many questions for us and connects the dots! Amazing, isn't it!!!
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Postby Mechanicallyinclined » Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:45 pm

Ozark when I read that I almost busted a gut , never mind a vein lol
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