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 #1133551


Bblazerr
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 Please help. urgent

Picture Unable to be Uploaded

The particular file you tried uploading is not allowed because of the following reason.
There is a maximum of 1000k(1 Meg) per upload, You may have exceeded that limit.

Your File Size Was: 2368586



this is wat it said when i tried to get a picture. it is important that i get a picture of this animal on here because its injured and needs help.
thx in advance
bblazerr



01/14/07  11:00pm

 #1134365


LeapingLeo123
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  Message To: Bblazerr   In reference to Message Id: 1133551


 Please help. urgent

bring it to photoshop, and shrink it to the right size. This is what I did



01/15/07  03:47pm

 #1173672


Jonnie_03
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  Message To: LeapingLeo123   In reference to Message Id: 1134365


 Please help. urgent

whats photoshop



02/14/07  08:10pm

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Tunedbeat
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  Message To: Jonnie_03   In reference to Message Id: 1173672


 Please help. urgent

Photoshop, think of it as Paint pro. version. But to post a pic, you need to sign up for photobucket.com and host your pic through there. Or you can try imageshack.us , no login required. Once you have uploaded your picture usin the sites provided. Copy and paste the link to a post in forum. You may want to find a better forum, not sayin this forum is bad. But, itís a bit limited. anyways, good luck



02/26/07  04:17am

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Marg
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  Message To: Jonnie_03   In reference to Message Id: 1173672


 Please help. urgent

Right click on the Pic you want to use and right click. When the box pops up click on "Open with"
then find your paint program from the list that comes up.
After paint has opened with you pic, click IMAGE - then "Stretch/Skew"
in the top 2 boxes enter 50 (this will make you pic 1/2 the size it was, then save...
If it is a BITMAP photo, that may also be your problem (too big of a file - bitmap being the largest) save it as a JPG or jpeg
and delete the bitmap. This will not change the texture of the pic... and JPG - jpeg are most commonly used
Hope that helped



04/30/07  02:04pm


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