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    Default Is there any other way to upload pictures ?

    I tried a lot to upload pictures but failed. Is there any other way to upload pictures here ?

    Thanks in Advance,
    _/\_Jasdir
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    Use an image hosting site (like flickr or photobucket), or your own website, and just upload the image code. Very easy and less size restrictive too.

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    I use Photoshop to store my photos, as long as they are stored as JPEG images they upload from files OK.

    James

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    Thankyou, Mizgeorge & Goldsmith for your valuable inputs
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    I noticed that if you have a really big picture it won't upload, so try to scale it down and compress it a bit in your favorite photo editor (PS, Gimp, Paint.NET or IrfanView for example).
    You can also click the "Go Advanced" button to the lower right of the Quick Reply field (if using it) and use the attachment button to view any previous pictures you have uploaded and edit them in general.

    The site will compress it even further, but there seems to be an upper limit to the file size to begin with.

    /Andreas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icarleug View Post
    I noticed that if you have a really big picture it won't upload, so try to scale it down and compress it a bit in your favorite photo editor (PS, Gimp, Paint.NET or IrfanView for example).
    You can also click the "Go Advanced" button to the lower right of the Quick Reply field (if using it) and use the attachment button to view any previous pictures you have uploaded and edit them in general.

    The site will compress it even further, but there seems to be an upper limit to the file size to begin with.

    /Andreas
    Thank you, too.
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    Whereby, style following the pattern of traditional world !

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    I use tinypic.com

    it's easy and free.

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