Sometimes clicking on an image produces a smaller sized image in a window. In any case on a desktop/notebook, the procedure to display a full sized image is convoluted. You need to click on the image, right-click, select view image, then click on the image again when the cross cursor appears, to view the image at full resolution.
Is there any way these steps could be bypassed?
Don't you use an image editing program? If so, why couldn't you do this there?
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by Amanda S5 years ago
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by Bible Studies6 years ago
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by gabgirl126 years ago
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