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    Harry -

    For pictures that you upload to the MOA servers, I think some sizing does take place...up to a point. If the picture is too big, I believe that the upload might fail. I'm not sure how the link to other on-line picture hosting site works. Sure, using the img tags does the job. IIRC the other sites have "tools" that let you create such a link that you cut-n-paste into the MOA forum. It's possible that these "tools" might reduce the size somewhere in the process. The size of the picture that you have linked in 1024x768. Is that the size of the original picture on your photobucket account?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20774 View Post
    The size of the picture that you have linked in 1024x768. Is that the size of the original picture on your photobucket account?
    Yes, I just checked it with Irfanview. I do remember adjusting the size of the photographs that my camera takes down to that size.

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    To clarify:

    In photobucket, when I looked at the photo, it says:
    "1,024px ? 768px (scaled to 620px ? 465px)."

    The size of the photo when uploaded to photobucket was 1,024X768.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsuited View Post
    Yes, I just checked it with Irfanview.
    Kewl...another Irfanview convert...I like the little program for quick editing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsuited View Post
    Yes, I just checked it with Irfanview. I do remember adjusting the size of the photographs that my camera takes down to that size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    I had to set my phone camera settings yesterday. Had to take it down to almost smallest setting to use over here.
    I tend to keep my camera settings toward the high side and figure I'll make adjustments afterwards. Otherwise, with the lower settings, you've got what you got and can't zoom in as well, get high quality prints, etc...can't get those pixels back!!
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    Photo post test.

    Pic from Barber museum.

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    Try Again

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    Looks like you got it
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    Barry:

    Let me guess: you're single.
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    BERNII, if you can email a photo to a friend then you can easily post them here yourself.

    Just go the the "Manage Attachment" button located below the blue line under this text frame in the "Additional Options" area ...

    When the pop-up screen opens click on the "Add Files" button (1) in the upper right hand corner...

    the "Upload Files from your Computer" window (2) will open...

    click on the "Browse" button (3) ...

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    the usual Windows "File Upload" window will open... the same window that opens when you want to send a photo using your email.

    Open the Folder that your picture is in ... select it, and click on "Open"

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    the "Upload Files from your Computer" window will re-open... at that point click on the "Upload" button (4) ...

    Give it a few seconds to transfer the data... it may take a while, depending on the size of the image.

    When it is ready you will see the file name at the bottom of the screen in the "Attachments" window ... click on the little box (if it isn't already checked) to indicate that you want to post the file (5) ...

    Click on "Done" (6) ... and, you're done.

    To check if the image posted, click on the "Preview" button to the right of the "Submit" button.
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