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27th Aug 2019 18:18 BSTSteve Hardinger Expert

I would like to have copies of some photos I've uploaded to Mindat, because I no longer have the originals. I cannot simply harvest the photos from Mindat by 'save image as' because it appears to be blocked. Specifically, I want photos 272558, 272555, and 272549. Thanks in advance to whichever admin who helps me with this.

27th Aug 2019 18:29 BSTJon Aurich

Hi Steve, I had no problem at snap saving one of your photos, try it again !!             Jon...

27th Aug 2019 18:36 BSTDavid Von Bargen Manager

You should be able to download one your images from the photo page. In the description section, all you have to do is click the "Download Image" button. This will get you the image at the resolution you uploaded it to mindat with.

27th Aug 2019 18:46 BSTPaul Brandes Manager

DVB is correct.
This is the easiest way to get your images at the same resolution.

28th Aug 2019 03:07 BSTSteve Hardinger Expert

Perfect. Thanks.
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