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Old 11-14-2008, 10:50 AM
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I am still getting this error when I try to upload images. Please advise how to fix? The image icon has a purple box around it at all times and all pop ups are allowed. thanks
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Re: RESIZING AND UPLOADING your PICTURES

Robin, that is the same message that I got over and over using Internet Explorer. I downloaded the free Mozilla Firefox browser and am able to upload pics here using it. This site is the only one where I had the problem. The upload icon still has the blue/purple box around it, but it works in Firefox. Good luck,
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Old 11-16-2008, 06:39 PM
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I can't download Fox fire, so am I just out of luck? Can someone from wet canvas pleasetell me how to fix this without completely reconfiguring my computer? I am surprised the new version doesn't work with IE...Is that the case?
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Robin, I am too new to answer all of that. I just know that once I got the same error message you got I could not find a fix. The person who usually answers these questions told me to make sure I allowed all pop-ups.

Before I downloaded firefox, I was able to use the attachment feature here. The picture shows up in your posting.
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Re: RESIZING AND UPLOADING your PICTURES

No mention has been made of Google's Picas photo editing software which is free.

Once you edit a pic at the bottom of the window inthe edit page is a button to export. Inside it allows you to resize your pic using a slider. It can't get any easier. It then puts the photo in a Picas Exports folder in your Pictures folder and you upload your wonderful paintings from there.

Easy enough for me to use....
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Thanks for that, I'll take a look.

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Thanks for all the information Yorky
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Help!
I don't even know where to post this message and who I am supposed to contact! Sorry! .
I'm new here and don't understand how the site works. My main problem is when I tried to open a gallery , I uploaded the photos and got stuck there.
I don't know where my collection and how to reach it. I must sound stupid but tecnology isn't really my cup of tea. Thanks for your help.
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Hi Martine, you can't upload pictures until your third post.

The Reference Image Library is out of action at the moment.

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One quick and easy way to resize your pictures is one I use and you can run a "batch" of them at once for future use. I have Windows XP and use Outlook Express so it may not work on other systems.
#1 choose the files you want to upload, you can prepare several for future uploads (batch method)
#2 After choosing the files, right click on the last one and use the "send to" - "mail recipient" option
#3 A pop-up widow will appear asking if you want to resize your images, you get several options, so try them by trial and error, the smallest one fits a 640 X 480 window
#4 Send the message to yourself then open Outlook Express and look in the outbox, your message with the images files should be there
#5 you can then save the files to a folder, I use the folder names small, med, snd large. Then after that you can delete the email message. I can get all my files under 100 KB with the smallest setting and it will resize most of them at the medium setting (800 X 600) to under 100 KB too
No extra software or hoops to jump are required in this method, although being in computers for 35 + years I have so much software I have developed and accumulated, I myself can do it several didderent ways, I also have a great thumbnail generator program that was in the free domain. If my instructions are not clear I guess I can make a video if it is need

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Complicated but a clever use of existing email facilities.

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Complicated but a clever use of existing email facilities.

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Easier than using Photoshop, MS Photo Editor or any application software I have seen. Plus you can do batch files this way. One thing I had to learn from my 3 years as a volunteer at Easter Seals while teaching the disabled how to use a computer was simplicity. Our resources were limited and we had to use what we had. Complicated should be reserved for Photoshop or the other ways I have seen posted here. Perhaps the 5 steps could be combined into one.
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Both Photoshop Elements and Paintshop Pro have batch resizing capabilities. For single pictures if you have neither jpeg-optimizer.com online resizing is simplest.

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Both Photoshop Elements and Paintshop Pro have batch resizing capabilities. For single pictures if you have neither jpeg-optimizer.com online resizing is simplest.

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Oh well, try to help and get slapped in the face. I guess 35 + years working with computers, building several for others and my own and learning all the important langueages, only counts when you are a moderator.

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Please don't take it the wrong way, we are all here to help one another.

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