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Hi Everlong!

Could you do the same change that you did for Arrowupgreen.pngImage:Arrowupgreen.png and Arrowdownred.pngImage:Arrowdownred.png

also for Arrowleftrightyellow.pngImage:Arrowleftrightyellow.png

Thanks, --Andreas Ipp 09:03, 15 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Sorry for the super-long response time. Wikipedia and Wikibooks are my usual haunts--hardly ever in the Commons. Feel free to use the "E-mail this user" option to contact me. Hope you like the improvements!
You're welcome, --Everlong 15:21, 10 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Vector versions of your images in german languageEdit

PNG version of vector image as still rendered badly in SVG

Hi Everlong,

I made two vector versions from two of your images and put them under GFDL and CC-BY-SA-2.5. It was just after that I realised that your images are under GFDL not the latter one. Is it ok if I leave it like this? Please answer on my talk page. Thanks. --Chrislb 13:44, 23 July 2006 (UTC)

Hello again, Everlong,
can you change Image:Vier Toene des Hochchinesischen mit halb-drittem.svg according to your changes on Image:Vier Toene des Hochchinesischen.svg? It should be possible to use both pictures together in one context, so the image's appearance should be the same. Thanks. --Chrislb 15:46, 7 January 2007 (UTC)

Is the pareto efficient diagram correct?Edit

Please look at the link: Talk:Pareto_efficiency#Regarding_the_interpretation_of_the_graph . Based on first principles, it does not appear that any point on the frontier curve is Pareto efficient. What do you mean by the frontier curve? The blue curve? Please reason: Only the arc whose endpoints are created by the lines perpendicular to the co-ordinate axes subtended from the point A and extended to meet the said curve at the respective endpoints. I do not visit my talk pages often, so you could give me a signal by editing the Pareto page Bkpsusmitaa (talk) 05:41, 12 January 2013 (UTC)

Request for permission to use photographEdit

Hi,

Could I please use the picture of a child inside a transparent ball in a children's book I'm editing?

Thanks.

Regards, Gayathri Krishnan, India

Yes, you're welcome to include it with attribution (it's CC by-SA). Please ask for my name by email.