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    Smile Got my Sub 750T

    I got my Sub 750T Military (0623/5000) yesterday. It came right on time, which is amazing considering it went from Bern, Switzerland to Basel to Paris, France to Memphis, Tennessee to Chicago, Illinois to my house less than 48 hours! It is pretty cool to track the watch on the FedEx site (do you think I have too much time on my hands?).

    It is beautiful.

    Thanks DOXA for the great watch and great service.

    I have pics, but no idea how to attach them. I do not have a URL for them.

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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    Well done m8. You must have a permanent smile on your face at the min. With regards your pics are you registered with photo companies online like photobucket ( www.photobucket.com ). You upload your pics to them from your pc and they are held their in your "album". This gives you the url you need.
    Sorry if you already know this

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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    Thanks, I did not know that. Pics will be forthcoming.

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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    You can also upload them directly from your computer's photo library. You need to experiment with the file size then when you get it zeroed in you'll get those thumbnails that you see some of us using. all you have to do is click on the little paperclip. If the files are too small you don't get much magnification. If they're too large they won't upload. once you get the hang of it it's a piece of cake.

    Joe
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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    Congrats on joining one very cool and exclusive club! :D I know you will love your Mil-sharky to death.

    Does your dial have three-bar markers or solid markers? Let's see some pics!
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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    Quote Originally Posted by jstawasz View Post
    You can also upload them directly from your computer's photo library. You need to experiment with the file size then when you get it zeroed in you'll get those thumbnails that you see some of us using. all you have to do is click on the little paperclip. If the files are too small you don't get much magnification. If they're too large they won't upload. once you get the hang of it it's a piece of cake.

    Joe
    Quite right, I beleive the max size for the WUS server is still a bit under 200kb. Note, this has only to do with file size, not the actual dimension of the pic.

    Even if using Photobucket (or similar) it is still a good idea to resize the pics down, makes them load faster (a HUGE benefit to those without broadband!) and uses less of your monthly allotment of bandwidth (Photobucket and others base their accounts on a certain maximum amount of bandwidth use per month, after that, your pics will just appear as a red X or some other "bandwidth exceeded" error message.
    Regards, T Bone.

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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    I got pics for you
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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    Nice, and congrat's on the new watch.

    On the pics, see? It's not brain surgery..... ( sorry, I had to.......).
    Regards, T Bone.

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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    Braindoc,

    Congratulations! It looks great!
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    Re: Got my Sub 750T

    Very Nice,

    I believe that model will be my next purchase...

    JIM

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