PHOTO ALBUM USERS GUIDE
The Photo Album offers a collection of images embracing PASA’s history from “before the beginning” to . . . well . . yesterday.
HOW TO VIEW THEM:
When you press the link button above, you’ll be shown a long set of “thumbnails” for every image in the collection, arranged in rough chronological order. To view any image, simply click on the thumbnail and it will display full-size in the center of the screen.
From there, you can advance either forward or back simply by clicking the right/left arrow buttons which will appear when you “hover” the cursor over the right or left margins of each full-size image displayed.
Or, if you wish, you can press the arrow at the bottom left corner, and begin a “slide show” which will advance one image at a time thru the entire collection. No need to go back-and-forth opening each thumbnail individually. You can pause or stop the slide show at any point. You can also expand the image by using the button in the upper right corner.
HOW TO SAVE OR PRINT THEM:
It’s easy to save or print any image, but you need to pay attention to what you’re doing. Simply right-click on any image thumbnail. A menu will appear with “Save target as . . .” and “Print target” options in the top section. Press either, to do either. The full-size image will be saved or printed.
DO NOT use the “Save picture as . . .” or “Print picture . . .” options in the second section of the right-click menu. If you do, all you’ll get is the thumbnail, not the full-size image.
Also, DO NOT try to use the right-click menu on a full-size image display. If you select the “Save target as . . .” or “Print target” options from that menu, you’ll get either a huge htm file of the whole image thumbnail collection, or a printout that currently runs to about 13 pages.
HELP ADD TO THE COLLECTION:
We are very interested in improving the collection. If anyone has any images of PASA events or range layouts from over the years, we’d very much like to look at them. Particularly from “days gone by.” Any size, color or black & white, prints or digital. Makes no difference. We can scan prints. Show us what you got.
Now, enjoy . . .