vagabond wrote:I'm sure everyone's run into the problem of trying to post an image outside the size limitations (1000 pixels). Is there a way to resize it within the [img] tags so it does post?
Caliban wrote:vagabond wrote:I'm sure everyone's run into the problem of trying to post an image outside the size limitations (1000 pixels). Is there a way to resize it within the [img] tags so it does post?
Which photo hosting site do you use? If its photobucket you can click on the image or the edit button top left above your picture and it gives you a basic editing suite. One of the buttons is resize. They give you several preset sizes and a custom option, just choose the size and save.
JOHN O wrote:I've stopped posting pics here due to the size limitations.
coldharvest wrote:JOHN O wrote:I've stopped posting pics here due to the size limitations.
that fuckin' deeply saddens me
Woodsman wrote:adjusting photos is easy, no matter whose photo it is. Simple software that comes with most computers will do the trick...
From me, above: Probably wasn't explicit - this is for, say, pulling an image off a random site and including it here. If they're my own photos I know how to adjust them; it's grabbing a larger one off a news feed or something like that to put on the BFC that is sometimes a problem if it's above 1000 pixels. I didn't know if there was any tricks with our [img] tag that would allow me to resize it for use in a post. I've noticed that some of the other ones (like quote, url, etc) have special properties sometimes.
[img height="500" width="500]sexrockets.com/elephantbreaksthebank.jpg[/img].
Penta wrote:It's an iMac and I haven't got MS paint. I can't see how to save it as anything else. I'm an idiot when it comes to images. All I can do is crop them or straighten them up when I've taken photos crooked (as I usually do). ;)
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