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JSGerson

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  • Birthday 11/04/1946

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  1. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    My first build was the solid hull Mini-Mamoli British Schooner Evergreen The second was Plank-On-Bulkhead (POB) Mamoli American Revolution Privateer Rattlesnake Current build is the Model Shipways' POB USS Constitution, "Old Ironsides"
  2. I do a lot of copying of text and images from MSW. Before the last revision I could highlight text and images from the webpage, copy and paste both directly into my document. Now, when I try to copy and paste an image, all I get when I paste, is an invisible icon square with no image. To be able to paste I must first click on the webpage image which opens the image, then click on that image which results in another tab on the browser (Chrome) with the same image, but now I can drag that image into a folder. Once in the folder, I can open the image and copy and paste into document. That is a pain. Is this some sort of glitch or is this a "feature" of this revision?
  3. Mamoli Rattlesnake

    Kit bashed based on Robert Hunt's practicum

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