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post #4726 of 19808
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
I only see frogs... Do you have a workaround (besides copying and pasting the address of the pic in a browser window)?

On, I just was able to see them. Maybe the latest version of Firefox?
post #4727 of 19808
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Thanks. Yes, read about that, but I use IE...

Don't

Seriously, though, what you can do is drag the frog to IE's tab bar, which will show the picture on its own. If you hit 'back', it will show the picture within the page.
post #4728 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Redwoood View Post
Don't

Seriously, though, what you can do is drag the frog to IE's tab bar, which will show the picture on its own. If you hit 'back', it will show the picture within the page.



Thanks. That's a more workable (and hopefully temporary) workaround than copy and paste.
post #4729 of 19808
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post


Thanks. That's a more workable (and hopefully temporary) workaround than copy and paste.

You can also use Firefox with RefControl as explained in the transmod thread.

http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...postcount=5528
post #4730 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Redwoood View Post
You can also use Firefox with RefControl as explained in the transmod thread.

http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...postcount=5528

Thanks again (NORE as well). I've tried Firefox in the past and didn't like it (can't remember why anymore...). I haven't had problems with IE until now (although this is not really an IE problem) and don't change software easily.
I'll use the other workaround you mentioned and keep hoping for a structural solution of the IS problem.
post #4731 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Clark View Post
Did some polishing today and took the opportunity to take some collection pics.


/C

Great shoes!, nothing OTT but all classic makes lasts and styles.
Is that Geo Lazenby in yo avatar? my gym teacher knew him when a bouncer in the Cross
post #4732 of 19808
Thanks! Yes, it's Lazenby from my favourite Bond film. /C
post #4733 of 19808
just got this EG Chelsea Antique Chestnut on 202 - comes with optional cream linen suit and mint julep



post #4734 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Clark View Post
Thanks! Yes, it's Lazenby from my favourite Bond film.

/C

yep, Dianna Rigg ooh la la
post #4735 of 19808
EG Chelsea is perfect looking machine constructed shoe.
Me always like that one.
post #4736 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post
EG Chelsea is perfect looking machine constructed shoe.
Me always like that one.

SOS hand lasted/welted alternative (and cheaper ): Vass F last Old English Plain in 6319 i


post #4737 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
just got this EG Chelsea Antique Chestnut on 202 - comes with optional cream linen suit and mint julep

Beautiful! That is one thing missing from my collection, a pair of plain toe cap oxfords.

/C
post #4738 of 19808
Pliny that IS a shoe.
Far nicer than EG chelsea,
it have more detail.
lt make me think.
post #4739 of 19808
Shoe circle, clock-wise from 9 o'clock:
G&G Thorpe MH71 Rustic Arran
Borrelli by Santoni, tan
C&J Weymouth 337 Dark Brown
EG Banbury 808 Mink suede
EG Oundle 888 Burnt Pine
EG Lichfield 82 Burnt Pine
EG Inverness 888 Dark Oak
EG Dover 888 Dark Oak
Alden Longwing, Barrie last, in Grain Cordovan #8 for Tassels in Hong Kong
C&J Aintree 337 Black
EG Inverness 888 Black
Carmina Loafer, Simpson last, Brown Suede for The Armoury in Hong Kong
St Crispin mod. 522, Chiselled last, Dark Brown


Some more pictures:



post #4740 of 19808
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