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    Exceeded filesize permitted

    Can somebody explain how you resize a photo so it will be permitted in the gallery.

    Is this an easy process or a lot of messing about.

    Thanks for any tips

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    Dave you have posted Pics on here before, what is different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    Dave you have posted Pics on here before, what is different.
    That,s what I would like someone to explain in layman's terms of course

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    OK, Gravey....

    There are many that have discussed [and screamed] this subject matter at length throughout here - doesn't appear that admin is going to change the gallery procedures and apps that apply.

    If you have windows [other OS provide this ability], one can resize within your own systems.

    If this is too technical.....try outside image resizing sites. They are numerous. A few are quite sucky...

    A quick and easy site is: Resize your image online - It's easy, it's free! don't have to be a techy to figure it out. Resize and apply a url/image code - paste it to your documents - upload to the TD gallery.

    Or, many of the major online image storage sites allow you to resize or just straight C&P any image - automatically resizing for your specific task.

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    I understand Daves problem-
    the gallery should resize the photos for you - but it doesn't and it rejects large files .
    Rural Surin suggestion is good but maybe it just crops the image down ?, rather than keep the same photo dimension but reduce the file size.

    A similar one that reduces the file size
    Free Online Picture Resizer - Crop and Resize photos, images, or pictures online for FREE!
    where you click
    browse - to find your photo on your computer
    then continue
    then go to Resize your photo
    and click the little triangle and fit to screen....
    then click I'm done resize my photo
    then click save to disc
    and it will save the resized photo to your computers Downloads folder .
    Where you will have to find it , to send to gallery - so not that easy ..


    Another way
    '' How to Resize an Image in Microsoft Windows 7 Paint''


    at 1 min 26 sec
    tick the pixel option
    and type, say, 1200 in the horizontal box
    and make sure the maintain aspect ratio box is ticked .

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    Just google up pic resizer that suits your operating system, lets say windows 7 for example.

    So windows 7 resizer comes up in the google box and you then just download it.

    Install it and when you need to resize your pic you just right click then select it and away you go.

    Not too hard Dave.
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    Frig going through all that rigmarole, open a photobucket account

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    Thanks for the suggestions.

    This may be totally obvious to some but why does this only effect some photos when all are taken on the same camera ?

    For example a while back one a my photos exceeded filesize so I used another photo of the same shot that worked.

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    Maybe it's because you've tilted the camera 90 degrees to portrait mode...

    Are these pics of some Thai skunks bruv? If so pm them to me and I'll fix em for ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravesend Dave
    This may be totally obvious to some but why does this only effect some photos when all are taken on the same camera ?
    Because you can change the settings inside the camera itself. Go inside the camera options and set the size settings to about 640 x 900 (closest you have to that) and set the quality to medium. That way every picture will upload very quickly.

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