STF Guide to Posting PIX

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STF Guide to Posting PIX

Post by david58 » Fri Oct 16, 2009 10:53 pm

We can now upload pictures straight from from our computers and other media storage devices, but your PIX need to be no bigger than 600 X 800 . You may have to re-size your PIX before uploading or otherwise it will show as a link. So lets limit the size of the PIX so we don't have to pay for extra space. Any questions, you need any help ask we are all here to help.


Dale M. wrote:Easy quick and dirty software to accomplish this "resize" is IRFANVIEW...

Its free and all you have to do is load image into IRFANVIEW, select "Image" in tool bar, slide down and select "Resize/Resample" and punch in the numbers for re-size or select proper "size" from predetermined sizes.....


Again, best of all its FREE........
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Re: STF Guide to Posting PIX

Post by 560 » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:46 pm

I will have to try this. Less problem's than other site's that require a photobucket account to draw from.

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Re: STF Guide to Posting PIX

Post by stevepugh » Wed Feb 19, 2014 4:38 am

I understand the restriction on image size for space reasons but why when I am posting photos that are hosted elsewhere like photobucket does there need to be a restriction? I post to many forums and this is the only one that I have to resize my photos for and it seems unnecessary when the space is not being taken up by this forum.

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Re: STF Guide to Posting PIX

Post by halimjimmy » Mon Jun 08, 2015 9:11 pm

WHere is the "attachment Icone"?

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