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    Bryan knows how to make them appear from a Flickr account, I will send him a PM about getting instructions for you.
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    Default Re: Three sketches of Sirius B with Paint.

    Quote Originally Posted by John Baars View Post
    In Flickr use 'BBCode option" instead of "Embeded". Copy and Paste the link - done!
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    Default Re: Three sketches of Sirius B with Paint.

    Sirius B at 65X- 100X -200X by John Baars, on Flickr

    Works! Thanks, thanks, thanks!
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    Default Re: Three sketches of Sirius B with Paint.

    Yep, see it now.

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    Default Re: Three sketches of Sirius B with Paint.

    Oops, forgot the size....But it works!
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