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Monday, November 17, 2008

Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3

Why is she inflicting this on us again? You might well ask yourself that question.

I'm just trying to see if it works...

So if you've seen these and want to skip them, I understand. I'm trying to get a version of the slideshow that I can put up on my Web site, and it's been a bit tricky.


Well, phooey! The captions aren't there! So these are just strange photos of strange people... I guess I'll keep trying. :-)

If you click through to the actual Flickr page and click slideshow and then click "show info," you get the captions. It's a lot of work to look at photos, I know.

It must be my fault. Of that I am certain! Techno-wiz I am not!

JennJ said...

It is working but no I don't see any captions on my end hon. can I help maybe?


Tena said...

hi it finially got open but I too dont see any captions

Cheryle said...

Well the pics look great regardless.

Hi Jenn,

I think it's the way Flickr has it set up. If you click on the slideshow, it might take you to the Flickr account page where the photos are stored, and if you watch it there you can see the captions IF you click on "Show Info" at the top right. But that's a long process!

HI, Tena —

Yeah, I think I'm going to have to scrap this. It took so long to get the captions written. Oh, well. LOL!

Hi, Cheryle — Thanks! I appreciate that. :-)

Barbara said...

Wow, the pictures were great, even without captions :)

Tena said...

Hi Pamela and ladys its me again the captions are there I just back on it and I had an idea and tried something you have to click on the slide it will open the screen bigger in the right hand corner u will see the words information you click that and your captions will open up and reads what u wrote take care

Amanda said...

Loving the pictures even without the captions!

Hi, Barbara & Amanda — Thanks! I think Tena figured out how to get the captions. So if you come back you can try what she suggests. It made them show up for me, too.

Thanks Tena!

I will say that upstate New York is breathtaking.

Barbara said...

I just wanted to say I finished, Sweet Release. LOVED IT! Can't wait to get my hands on, Ride the Fire.

Barbara :)

Hi, Barbara — I am so happy that you enjoyed Sweet Release! That's wonderful to hear! If you don't already have Ride the Fire, let me know. It could be there's an autographed version waiting for you on my shelf...


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