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Hide Number plate in photos help!

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by mike1628, Nov 7, 2009.

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  1. mike1628
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    Peeps!

    I want to post a few pics of my facelift A3 but dont know how to hide the registration as others have done.

    Does anybody know how to do it and is it straight forward, i know i should be out havin fun on Saturday night but i promised i would do this yesterday :confused:

    Cheeeers

    Mike
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    voorhees Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    PM me the pics
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    Use paint in your windows or there are some editing options on photobucket where you upload your pics.
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    whatever software you are using, just click on either a paintbrush, pencil or eraser symbol and left-click and hold your mouse over the number plate and draw/erase away!!! SIMPLES!!!
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    Thanks for the replys gents but while i took my eyes off the forum i have been carefully trying my hand at erasing picks to follow in the next post.

    Vorhees can i call on you next time?

    Thanks in advance
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    :keule:ok i cant put the pictures up now i thought it was copy and paste?

    HELP
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    They need to be hosted on the web somewhere mate. Some forums allow you to upload as an attachment, but not this one Probably because it fills up databases pretty quickly.)

    I have my own webspace, but you could use something like Flickr/photobucket/imageshack.

    Chris
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    You may find this helps :)

    If you get stuck let me know and I will walk you through uploading them.
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    think this needs locking as its sorted....thanks all
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