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Curry beef with potato.

Rice and mango pickle as additional( homemade pickle )
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caringhk Post time: 2012-5-30 00:31
Big fishes anyone???

Perhaps Ratfink knows how to cook it

Yep, best way to cook a big fish like that is to gut it, fillet it and either pan fry in butter with herbs or bbq in aluminium foil with butter inside and herbs... serve with a good green salad.  You could also batter some fillets and serve with home made potato chips (not French Fries, but good solid potato chips).  There's dozens of ways to make that little fish in to something mouthwatering.  A nice fish stew Thai style would also be good. Or if you are a little more keen, a chowder.
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This post was edited by Ratfink at 2012-5-30 15:03
caringhk Post time: 2012-5-30 00:20
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I am going to have to teach you how to use a camera!
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aziz Post time: 2012-5-30 12:48
Go to photoshop and open your file.

Go to IMAGE dropdown list and click on image.

thank you so much,I have no photoshop
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aziz Post time: 2012-5-30 12:48
Go to photoshop and open your file.

Go to IMAGE dropdown list and click on image.

A somewhat basic method and prone to fail for proper use on the web.

The correct method: For CS 5+

1) From the top menu bar open file/preferences or Edit preferences (depends on the version of PhotoShop you have).

2) From the preferences menu select "Units & Rulers" from the dialogue box set Units to pixels and type to points.  Set Print Pesolution to 300 pixels/inch and Screen Resolution to 72 pixels/inch. Once those four items are set click on OK.

3) Exit PhotoShop

4) Restart PhotoShop

Open images to be processed.

From the menu select File and then from the drop down menu "Save for Web & Devices" A large dialogue box with preview will be displayed.

On the right hand side there are 3 sections that allow you to select the format and save file attributes of the the image, The colourmetric space of the image (colour space) and the Image size and conversion quality.

From the top:
Ignore "preset" or select JPEG "high" as this will set some basic settings.
Underneat Preset is a selection box, this offers different types of Image saving options including JPEG, GIF, PNG etc.  Select JPEG if not already showing the box.
Set the quality to "high" or around 80-90%

The middle section contains the colourspace information and also methods to preview the image on a variety of standard colourmetric models including an Apple Mac, standard IBM/Clone display etc. Use this last.

Below that is the colour table. Ignore it.

Where you see Image size you can adjust the output size of the image.
I recommend 700 pixels wide for CN if the image is in landscape form or 650 pixels high if the image is in portrait form [1].

Once that is done, just select save from the bottom and give the file a name. Do NOT use the same name as the file you opened or you will over right it in some circumstances.

All done.

If using a version prior to v5.0 your instructions will more or less work but they do not take in to account file resolution for onscreen display or printing or colourspace based errors.

[1] Portrait layout is where the vertical side of the picture or painting is longer than it's width.
     Landscape layout is where the horizontal side of the picture is longer than the height.
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