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  1. Yes, considering this a bug that was first reported almost 12 months ago, the fact that it hasn't been solved yet really shows their support for the community of developers. I have to say that I use an iMac for all development, but do not use other Apple products for this reason!
  2. After some further digging, this appears to be a bug within Safari, and not something that I am able to resolve: https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=197441 If you must use your iPad to resize the images, can I suggest downloading Google Chrome? Thanks, Ben.
  3. Sounds like there could be an issue on iPad. From limited tests I've performed, it seems to be exclusive to Safari. Will continue to do some digging. Thanks, Ben.
  4. Okay, thanks for the feedback -- I will take a look into this. Regards, Ben.
  5. No, there shouldn't be. Are you experiencing some issues? Thanks, Ben.
  6. Hi guys, I have now rebuilt the tool, and it is once again available online. Please let me know if you encounter any problems using it! Thanks, Ben.
  7. Just a heads up to say that I am in the throes of rebuilding resize tool, and improving both its performance, compatibility and usability. Please keep a watch on this thread for updates! Regards, Ben.
  8. Hi guys, I have the opportunity to purchase this 326th Airborne Medical Company marked M1 Helmet. The shell itself is a fixed bail McCord (heat stamp # 292A), with original straps with raised bar brass buckle. There are several stress fractures, but the original finish is present in places (around 60%). The shell has been rubbed with oil (WD-40) by the current owner. I would like opinions on the markings themselves. Please let me know what you think: Thanks, Ben.
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