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*Save images as jpeg at highest quality
 
*Save images as jpeg at highest quality
 
--[[User:Maccabee|Maccabee]] 15:46, 14 February 2011 (PST)
 
--[[User:Maccabee|Maccabee]] 15:46, 14 February 2011 (PST)
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== Notes ==
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As per the Valentine's meeting, please:
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# link to [[Help:Images]]
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# change breaks to {{Tl|Break clear}}
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# get new image (end recursion)
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# fix double vision
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# tell them to use caption when embedding an image
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# select Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike for image
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# add comment about how this could be used for non-user page images as well
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# add caveat at bottom of page (maybe using footnotes) that mentions that the images in the tutorial are added without thumb or frame... blah blah something.
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--[[User:Lonny|Lonny]] 20:03, 14 February 2011 (PST)

Revision as of 04:03, 15 February 2011

Steps to create images

Steps to create images:

  • Switch display to 800x600
  • Make browser window full screen
  • Take screen shots
  • Open screen shot images in Photoshop
  • Crop excess from top and bottom
  • Add arrows and numbers as needed (here is the arrow for future use)
    An arrow.
  • Resize image to 72dpi, 550 pixels wide with proportions constrained.
  • Save images as jpeg at highest quality

--Maccabee 15:46, 14 February 2011 (PST)

Notes

As per the Valentine's meeting, please:

  1. link to Help:Images
  2. change breaks to {{Break clear}}
  3. get new image (end recursion)
  4. fix double vision
  5. tell them to use caption when embedding an image
  6. select Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike for image
  7. add comment about how this could be used for non-user page images as well
  8. add caveat at bottom of page (maybe using footnotes) that mentions that the images in the tutorial are added without thumb or frame... blah blah something.

--Lonny 20:03, 14 February 2011 (PST)