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2 hours ago, meanderingemu said:

nice.  I am not getting the $$$, but the last couple of months I've doubled my usually volume and seen a jump in $35-60 price range, so a bit of upward trend vs prior 12 months. 

 

I'm seeing some 'green shoots of recovery' too, in terms of volume and prices. Nothing to over-ride my disappointtment at the 60/40 split... but still hopeful...

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13 minutes ago, Harry Harrison said:

It's still working for me, unless I'm misunderstanding you.

When I try to copy an Alamy ref. number from AIM, social media, etc and try to paste it in the search bar on the main page, It's not working for me.

Could be an Windows issue on my computer.

 

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44 minutes ago, Ognyan Yosifov said:

When I try to copy an Alamy ref. number from AIM, social media, etc and try to paste it in the search bar on the main page, It's not working for me.

Actually I'm now finding that 'Paste' isn't always available in the right-click dropdown from the Search box but Cmd/V (Cntrl/V) still works, I get a 'Look up ...' option at the top of a smaller menu. Once you've pasted it in then the normal right-click menu appears again, including 'Paste'.

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4 minutes ago, Harry Harrison said:

Actually I'm now finding that 'Paste' isn't always available in the right-click dropdown from the Search box but Cmd/V (Cntrl/V) still works, I get a 'Look up ...' option at the top of a smaller menu. Once you've pasted it in then the normal right-click menu appears again, including 'Paste'.

Harry, you nailed it! Thank you!

I tried to copy the ref. N with the right-click dropdown as normal (or Crtl/C), then I went to the search bar and pressed Ctrl/V and it worked.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Ognyan Yosifov said:

Harry, you nailed it! Thank you!

I tried to copy the ref. N with the right-click dropdown as normal (or Crtl/C), then I went to the search bar and pressed Ctrl/V and it worked.

That's great, I see that as an issue really but I don't know if it's just a browser thing, I was using Chrome on a Mac. It's like a context-sensitive search but is actually suggesting to look up the different elements of 'Search for stock images, vectors or videos' depending upon where the cursor lands. A nuisance actually.

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