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    Super Member deerseeker001's Avatar
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    Default photos to post

    i took some more pics today,i have been trying for 3 hours to upload them to the site but haven't had any luck need some advice.i was sending them from my documents.i cant figure out what the problem is i have did this before on other sites.

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    Default Re: photos to post

    my thoughts:

    #1 - make sure they are not over the size limits allowed by the site - they cant be over 1,000kb (1 mb)
    #2 - if they are very large it takes longer for them to upload..
    #3 - locate your photos then right-click "properties" to see the size of your photos

    good luck

    Brian
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    Super Member deerseeker001's Avatar
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    Default Re: photos to post

    this might be the problem,1.83mb only one picture.how do you reduce the size?

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    Default Re: photos to post

    Quote Originally Posted by deerseeker001 View Post
    this might be the problem,1.83mb only one picture.how do you reduce the size?
    you can google online for a program to reduce the size.. there are also some websites that will resize an image that you upload to it. I am on a Mac so I cant help you with a specific program, sorry

    If you still have the pic on your camera card, some cameras have an option to resize built in to them

    For most stuff you would post on here, a pic in the 100kb to 200kb size range is typically adequate

    Brian
    Bedford, VA
    2320 w/ 62D MMM, 200CX FEL, Pats EZ Change, LX4 Cutter
    Co-owner (with my father) of John Deere 790, 30 HP, 4x4, 513 cutter, 70 FEL
    2012 Nissan Xterra Pro-4x

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    Default Re: photos to post

    Quote Originally Posted by deerseeker001 View Post
    this might be the problem,1.83mb only one picture.how do you reduce the size?
    It's very easy with MS Office Picture Manager if you have it. Otherwise, you can download freeware/shareware for the task.

    Steve

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