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Posting Pictures

Discussion in 'Savannah Cat Photos | Savannah Kitten Photos' started by admin, Jul 14, 2012.

  1. admin

    admin Paige Staff Member

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    Please insert your pictures as thumbnails...the full pic will be seen when clicked on...thank you!

    You can use Irfanview for resizing pics on a PC or Simple Resize on an iPhone or iPad.
     
  2. Darlene

    Darlene Savannah Adult

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    Is there a quick explanation for the process for loading a picture? I am unable to down load Irfanview because I am using the library's computer. I googled 'how to load images as thumbnail' and it seems like a very difficult process. If there is no simple alternative to Irfanview, no problem, thanks. I just wanted to load a picture.
     
  3. admin

    admin Paige Staff Member

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    All you have to do is click on upload a photo... That's it
     
  4. Patti

    Patti Admin Staff Member

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    Just click on 'Upload a File' and follow the diections, it's actually really easy - but it has to be smaller than (hope I get it right this time) 2mb so if your pic is larger you need to resize it first... that seems to be the most common reason someone can't upload a pic.
     
  5. Rafiki

    Rafiki Site Supporter

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    Yes, the size of the picture is always what causes headaches for me. I have all the nifty Adobe CS6 tools on my work computer but don't like to use it for play. At home I tend to use good old "Paint". I think that it is standard on most computers. It is very basic but does the trick. Simply select "Resize" under the "Home" view. Resize repeatedly until it is under 2MB. Crude but it works.
     
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