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Re: Bitzer project

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511Flyer wrote: 11 Feb 2021, 09:20 I've found a way to stop the images from flashing.
B-)
I simply copy the .GIF file, save it and open it in Photoshop. I can then save each component of the .GIF file as a JPEG.

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Re: Bitzer project

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8) wasting my time making animations then. :doh:

Actually, this reminds me of Uber, who don't have employees, they're all contractors. Great, no superannuation, workers compensation insurance, etc etc. BUT they are pushing the government to force them to provide insurance. This is obviously so they can put their lawyers to work to find ways of circumventing the rules. :OB:

...where there's a will....
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Re: Bitzer project

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Kevin Farnell wrote: 11 Feb 2021, 10:48
511Flyer wrote: 11 Feb 2021, 09:20 I've found a way to stop the images from flashing.
B-)
I simply copy the .GIF file, save it and open it in Photoshop. I can then save each component of the .GIF file as a JPEG.

Kevin
I simply sit and stare at the moving image for 5 minutes, then none the wiser, go and make a cup of tea. :dunno: *-)

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Re: Bitzer project

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Uber is a German word, meaning over or above. So it applies to Bitzers, which are mostly over and above my powers of deduction.

:dunno:
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Re: Bitzer project

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Entries seem to have dried up.
We had 3 wrong identifications and 6 correct so far.
I'll pull down the shutters on this one in about 24 hours.
No more clues, final count down starts..... now.
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Re: Bitzer project

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Airspeed wrote: 11 Feb 2021, 11:03 8) wasting my time making animations then. :doh:
:hide: Sorreeeee!

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Re: Bitzer project

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Another closed case. :)
Those who thought it looked German, well, it was a joint US and German project.
And Den, who thought that it looked like many other aircraft was on the right track, as apparently, it was constructed from parts of eight different designs. :lol:
The Chengdu had a couple of supporters, but it didn't "du" them any good. :hide:
Those who were right first time, taking a diamond badge, were:
Keith (Dev One), PeterW (MilesMan), Joe Cusick (blanston12), Brian (Fly Texas), DaveG, Ben (TSR2), AllanL, Pete (Motormouse)
Step right up, and I'll pin 'em on.
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Mick (woody901)
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Re: Bitzer project

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13-01 Replies by PM only please.
If you went away, welcome back.
Here's a pair of Wellingtons.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to identify what Mk each is, and say what the visual differences are. That'll get you gold.
If you want diamond, you'll need to say what was deleted from the variant that preceded one of them. *-) Please identify using the code letters which are clearly visible in both photos.
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Re: Bitzer project

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No pictures?

Ttfn

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Re: Bitzer project

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They were there earlier.

:dunno:
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