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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I contact Richard Armitage?
You can write to Richard via his agent's address here:
Richard often sends out signed A5 pictures. A5 is 5.83 x 8.27 inches or 148mm x 210mm. If you would like one, please ensure you enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope with your letter of request. If you live outside of the UK you would be advised to buy an International Reply Coupon (IRC) and enclose with your self-addressed envelope. Unfortunately IRCs are no longer available in the US, effective January 27, 2013.
More information in the comments section below.
Does Richard have an official website?
Website contact details:
RichardArmitageNet is an unofficial, independently owned, not-for-profit website.
E-mails to this address are only seen by Ali and remain confidential. Your first name or internet handle is not posted on this site without your permission. Emails to Richard are not forwarded to him or his agent.
This website was founded on 22 October 2008 by Ali and Hedgeypig with much assistance and support from:
Brace Face, Emerald, Dawn, Dreamcatcher, Madnad, Dawn, Tonia, Vivayn
It was renamed "RichardArmitageNet" in April 2009.
Facebook page: RichardArmitageNet on Facebook
Twitter account: twitter.com/RAnetdotcom
Is there a forum attached?
No, there is no public forum attached to this website. Find us on twitter or facebook instead. There are many forums listed on the Web links page.
How do I save a screencap from the gallery?
Click on an image to enlarge it and then click on this download button in the bottom-right corner:
Now right-mouse-click on the image (Ctrl-click on a Mac) and choose Save Image As. This will allow you to save the image to your hard drive. Some galleries have the words 'original image' next to this button, which will open an extra large version of the picture if we have it in our gallery.
How do I reload a page to see the latest updates?
When you view pages online that you've already visited, your browser will store the pages in its local cache so that the images or text are downloaded only once, thereby speeding up download time. If new updates have been made on any pages or in the picture gallery on this site and you cannot see the changes, you may need to refresh the page.
Press F5 to reload the page, or to wipe the cache entirely, press Ctrl F5 on a PC or Cmd F5 on a Mac.
Screencaps are provided for fair use. They can be used in artwork, videos and posted on forums and blogs. Credit is not compulsory but is appreciated. This does not apply to the personal photographs in the Candid Picture galleries. Please do not crop watermarks out of candid pictures. As a courtesy, usage beyond personal storage on your PC should be referred to the person whose name appears on the image watermark.
Please do not hotlink to any of the images on this site as it will increase demand on my server. Load images to photobucket, imageshack or another host if you wish to post the images anywhere online.
Multimedia and problems playing videos on this site
All videos will play using VLC (http://www.videolan.org/vlc/) which is also free. Firefox and VLC work equally well on a Mac or PC.
The website is best viewed on Mozilla Firefox which is free to download.
I have downloaded a 'zip file' from this site, how do I open the files?
A zip file is a compressed format containing one or more files. Some operating systems will allow you to double-click the zip file when it is downloaded and you can then access the files inside. If your Mac or PC doesn't allow this, you can download a free zip program like WinZip or StuffIt Expander.
From June 2010, it was no longer necessary to register in order to access all material on the site. Information you enter when you leave a comment on a page or leave a guestbook entry is not shared with any outside party and remains strictly confidential. You may be contacted via email if you have asked for further information, or in the rare event that we may wish to email you personally in relation to a comment you have made.
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