File:Comm-optique.xcf

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Français : Communication optique entre le fort du Mont Vaudois et le fort du Mont Bart, réalisée le 18 septembre 2010 à l'occasion des journées européennes du patrimoine (fichier source de la vidéo). Sur l'image, le fort du Mont Vaudois est visible.
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This photo was taken by Thomas Bresson.

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Camera location 47° 29′ 12.7″ N, 6° 45′ 41.33″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap. View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info

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Improved XCF rendering was developed in T37622, but is waiting on renderer software being upgraded (see T65899). Thumbnails may contain errors.
In particular, indexed images are not supported and must be converted to true-colour or greyscale in order to be displayed. Additionally, correct rendering can be obtained for some images by flattening the image (e.g. in GIMP) and reuploading. Keep in mind that this technique dissipates the advantages of XCF (e.g. Layers).

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