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Hello:
Today I got an email from The Woodworkers Journal with an article about making raised panels with a table saw. It was interesting but what caught my eye was the pictures. Each one when you put your cursor over it, expanded to about 4 times the size for viewing. It made me wonder if this kind of process would be useful with the forum pics.
It probably is something in the program that the magazine uses.
You can see it if you go to

http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/re...els/index.html

Just thought I'd pass on an interesting idea...love the forum, I have benefited greatly from it.
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Hi Maurice

Thanks for the link

Here's just one more safe way to make them on the table saw...
you can get one from Grizzly for about 50.oo bucks...and a good cross cut blade it will come out clean with almost no sanding to do.
I also made one out of some MDF stock that riides on the fence that works well..

It's a easy one to make,and it's a safeway to do it also. if you want to see a snapshot of it just ask and I will post a snapshot of it..

Just a note , not the same one in the picture below


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Hello:
Today I got an email from The Woodworkers Journal with an article about making raised panels with a table saw. It was interesting but what caught my eye was the pictures. Each one when you put your cursor over it, expanded to about 4 times the size for viewing. It made me wonder if this kind of process would be useful with the forum pics.
It probably is something in the program that the magazine uses.
You can see it if you go to

http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/re...els/index.html

Just thought I'd pass on an interesting idea...love the forum, I have benefited greatly from it.
Mo.


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Hi Bobj3:
I would rather make my raised panels with a router too but it wasn't the saw etc that I wanted noticed, it was the way the pictures were handled on the pages, hover the cursor over the small pic and it enlarges about 4 times instead of coming up enlarged on another page. I thought this might be neat on the forum if they could do it.
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Hi Maurice,
I believe that certain "mice" for you computer will allow to "magnify" the pic up to I think 400%. I have a logitech mouse with the scroll wheel, and on some pics posted, I can magnify the pic, up to a point.

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Hi Maurice

Making them on the router table is the best,,(ver. or the Horz. type) here's some snapshots just for kicks..to do it on the Table saw...just in case someone wants to make the easy jig to do it..

In order to have the picture blow up 4 times by moving the mouse over it takes Java code on the web page setup, Mark did do that in a way, but it must be clicked on to get it to blow up and it'a the best way (Open up in a New Window) many times when you have the popup java running you can't see the complete picture and if you move your mouse off the picture it will drop but you can over come this error by moving the mouse over the picture then use the arrow keys but it's pain..new window works best for most web pages.
Just a note,,, when this type of Java is used the Zoom In and Zoom Out is gone,,,the norm..so if you want to see the deal tails you can't without using more Java...and more keys strokes and the mouse at the same time to hold the picture up in place...it's great if you are left handed and use the mouse with your left hand but if not WELL...


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Hi Bobj3:
I would rather make my raised panels with a router too but it wasn't the saw etc that I wanted noticed, it was the way the pictures were handled on the pages, hover the cursor over the small pic and it enlarges about 4 times instead of coming up enlarged on another page. I thought this might be neat on the forum if they could do it.
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Maurice, if you google "hover over button" you will find many pages listed. It is just javascript that is written in the html code for the page.

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I'm being cheated Maurice, it only goes from 4.25" to 8" wide on my screen.

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Very interesting idea....

I'm going to look into this and see if I can figure something out

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It's called "Mouseover" that does it. I believe it might be a Java app.
http://www.javascripter.net/faq/onmouseo.htm

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