What's the latest on Posting photos here on Forum and Classified? Instructions using I Pad , I'm ready to give it a try again.
200K max is the official version but I have found that I need to make them a little smaller. As far as doing it from an iPad I have no clue. I'm still trying to figure how to simply dial a number without punching 52 keys on my iPhone first.
194 KB or lower always works for me, and 195 KB or more doesn't. My software allows me to hit 194 KB exactly most of the time. Occasionally I have to settle for 188 KB or 193 KB, etc., because the next step up is over 194 KB. Desktop and laptop only here, so I have no clue about pads.
If an Ipad will access the internet here is a simple site to resize photos to less them 194KB:
In step 4 you can set the max file size to 194KB
There is a free app called Simple Resize for the iPhone and iPad. Seems to work good. John
My first attempt at uploading a photo. Still trying to work it out? Chris.
Look like you resized your photo buy just need to do the last step. You need to Save to Disk or
Download your image to your computer.
The picresize site deletes the photos in 15 minutes.
Thanks for that Jim, Chris
Does the pic look strange to anyone else. It looks to me like it has been "Squished" The engine compartment and coil box looks short to me ..??? May just be my "old timer" eyes.
Looks good Chris, surely worth a 1000 words.
Is that a heater hose coming off the head?
Hey I think it worked. World meat Bobo. Bobo meet World.
It could be squished if the width and height were selected that were not the same ratio as the original. Normally if you select just one dimension the program will automatically set the other. In the picresize site you can do it either way.
Be careful with messing willy-nilly with the height/width ratio, or Bobo could come out looking like this (sorry, Bobo).
Thanks Donnie, as I mentioned all new to me. Jim, It's an accessory fuel saving device operated from the dash. This car sat for 50 years or so not too far from here and was uncovered about 5 years ago. I am repairing it to use rather than restoring. Fun so far! Chris.
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Donnie, yep the first pic looked squished. Mike, that sure is a neat lookin dog you got there!
I was sitting here relaxing and suddenly Bobo started whimpering and howling and rolling around like he'd gone berserk. Now I understand why! Mark, you're a "Strange" person! Doing something like that to my poor defenseless dog.
Can someone please give me the suitable dimensions
to enter resizing. I don't really have the biggest Model T! Thanks, Chris.
The last photo is larger then some folks like but there is a lot of good detail there. Just like looking at it in person.
If someone wants to see the whole photo on their screen at one time they can hold the CTRL key down and use the mouse wheel to adjust the size.
Sorry, Mike, I promise I won't do it again, I love dogs!
By the way, Bobo doesn't bite, does he?
To fit on the screen a reasonable size is about 800 pixels wide for a landscape type and maybe about 700 high for portrait.
I really like to see the detail sometimes and do post larger. Like I said above, folks can always adjust the size if they want. Just depends on what you want to show or what the story is.
He does now! And he really doesn't appreciate me laughing at him!
So does the pixel number control the actual picture size that post or is it something else. Just posted a photo on another thread from my IPad and it's huge and poor quality.
The dimensions in pixels does control how large or small it will display on a computer screen. If everything else in equal, the file size controls the quality.
That is if you have two photos that are 800 pixels wide x 600 high both will display the same size. However if the file size of one is 40KB and the other is 190KB, the one that is 190KB should appear sharper with more detail.
Think I have it? Chris.
By George Chris you got it!!
Jim, thank you!