Hi. Regarding this edit, if you look closely at the subsequent paragraph, point-blank range is already stated and wikilinked in a discussion about the video analysis. I used "extreme close range" in the prior paragraph as a synonym and to avoid word and link duplication (per MOS). Obviously, the section needs some cleanup. —Viriditas | Talk 23:46, 29 September 2007 (UTC)
OK, thanks for pointing this out. I dropped the repeated wiki-link, but kept the actual words since I find them more accurate. Lklundin 08:20, 30 September 2007 (UTC)
Thanks. May I also point out that the synonymous term I used, "extreme close range", comes directly from the point-blank range article: In forensics and popular usage, point-blank range has come to mean extreme close range. I don't see a need to repeat the same term twice, especially when the subsequent use of the term is being used in terms of analysis whereas the initial use was intended as a brief description of the photo. Due to recent edits by others and unsourced material that has been added, I think I'm going to rewrite that section to solve the problem. —Viriditas | Talk 08:30, 30 September 2007 (UTC)
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Hello Lklundin! Please check your talk page on Commons. I have questioned the license of one of your files. Thank! User:Nillerdk (talk) 14:43, 14 June 2009 (UTC)
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