[78-L] Victor sleeves advertising specific issues
jcenderman at solcon.nl.invalid
Tue May 26 08:24:46 PDT 2015
Again; here are worlds to be discovered.
As I do it with Windows 8.
1- click lower link. V-4062 opens, with small label scan marked "sold".
2- click on the scan and you get the original auction. This has a rather large scan, with "mouse over"below. And below this scan + remark are 6 (SIX) thumbnails, of which the last 2 are the sleeves (this not a memory of a dream, but they are before me).
3- if I put the mouse on a thumbnail, this will be enlarged as the (large) scan.
4- when I put the mouse on the large scan, it becomes very large. And can be saved (ca. 1600x1600).
On my Windows XP laptop, with an older Internet Explorer version, everything goes a little difficult, as explained (below).
1- click lower link. V-4062 opens, with good label scan. "Mouse over..." and 4 (FOUR) thumbnails below.
2- if you move the mouse over the label, the legend "Mouse over..." becomes "Click to view larger image AND OTHER VIEWS (my caps)".
At the same time you see at right the zoom-in.
3- To get this very large scan, I have to click at the square-border position when the hand appears. Possibly you can click everywhere if you have Windows 7.
4- When clicked right, you get the label scan at its largest. Below this huge scan are several thumbnails, i.e. the 4 already known, PLUS all others made (in this case the 2 sleeves).
5- To see these 6 thumbnails, you have to move the mouse to the lower right or left NEXT to the scan. The, if you keep the mouse there for a second, the thumbnails appear over the bottom of the large scan and you can click on them.
DOES THIS WORK? If not, tell if I will mail the sleeves to the private address.
Well now it's time for some beer...
And if it doesn't work you will see how much you are missing with old software (as I experienced for 2 years before updating).
>>> I could also see the labels but not the sleeves.
Sent from my iPhone
> On May 26, 2015, at 10:18 AM, David Lennick <dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid> wrote:
> The labels are visible but I don't see any sleeves.
> I note that the seller is in Thunder Bay, Ontario. BIG Finnish population there.
>> To: 78-l at klickitat.78online.com
>> Date: Tue, 26 May 2015 16:12:30 +0200
>> From: jcenderman at solcon.nl.invalid
>> Subject: [78-L] Victor sleeves advertising specific issues
>> I gave the links since all can still be opened and seen.
>> If you use the lower link, then go to the label scan and click on the V-4062-B label.
>> ("mouse over label to zoom" / "click to view larger image").
>> With current software, you will see all available scans; 6 in this case, though before enlarging there were (maybe) only 4.
>> If you use old software, like windows XP, put the mouse-arrow on the label scan, and you will see a square.
>> move the arrow to the border of the image, and click when - at the border - the arrow changes into a hand.
>> then you get the image enlarged.
>> when you place the mouse at lower right next to the enlarged image, you will see at the bottom all available 6 images, upon which can be clicked.
>> the last 2 images are the sleeve.
>> When I replaced XP by Windows 8/8.1, everything was enlarged with simple clicks, without dragging the arrows etc.
>> If it doesn't work, I can mail the sleeve scans if you want.
>> han enderman
>>>>> The bidding on all these items has ended so they can no longer be seen!
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On May 25, 2015, at 6:43 PM, Han Enderman <jcenderman at solcon.nl.invalid> wrote:
>>> Canadian ebay seller "giantvinyl" has sold several Canadian Victors in Victor sleeves
>>> that were advertising specific issues, mentioning titles/artist/nr on the sleeve,
>>> and thus could be used for these records.
>>> (note that the sleeves do not correspond with the records sold.)
>>> See the items dated Apr 5 & 12 in the following list:
>>> or, if you prefer a single example:
>>> I have not seen such sleeves before.
>>> Are these Canadian sleeves, produced when the Victor Orthophonics were introduced ?
>>> han enderman
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