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Søren Mexico
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Søren Mexico Posted: Mon, Feb 6 2012 1:54 AM

Here we go, The maximum file size allowed is 1000kB. Please select a valid file. after a long wait like in the other forum, and I cant make the text RED.

2nd try, same upload time as old forum, now posting to see time to appear. Editing: The pic is some 850 kb. and only the half is showing, no move right/left ruler appears, to see the whole pic you must open in a new window.

 

 


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Now a pic 640 pixels wide

 


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Søren Mexico:

2nd try, same upload time as old forum, now posting to see time to appear. Editing: The pic is some 850 kb. and only the half is showing, no move right/left ruler appears, to see the whole pic you must open in a new window.

The speed of the picture upload is determined by the upload speed of your Internet connection, not the forum. Most home Internet provides a fast download speed, but upload is typically 250-300 Kb

Regards Keith....

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valve1 replied on Mon, Feb 6 2012 5:43 PM

Keith Saunders:
The speed of the picture upload is determined by the upload speed of your Internet connection, not the forum. Most home Internet provides a fast download speed, but upload is typically 250-300 Kb

That,s done by dsl provider,s as people tend to download more than thy upload !

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chartz replied on Mon, Feb 6 2012 6:53 PM

Already done successfully! Still hate the new smileys! No

Jacques

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Puncher replied on Mon, Feb 6 2012 8:28 PM

chartz:

Already done successfully! Still hate the new smileys! No

We had the same issue last time the forum was updated - no one liked the default smilies (i.e. these ones)

Ban boring signatures!

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9 LEE replied on Mon, Feb 6 2012 9:03 PM

Don't worry -  choosing a new set which Keith is kindly going to upload before we go live !!

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chartz replied on Mon, Feb 6 2012 9:10 PM

Good! Yes

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Puncher replied on Mon, Feb 6 2012 9:36 PM

OK, while I'm on a picture testing thread -

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Søren Mexico:

Here we go, The maximum file size allowed is 1000kB. Please select a valid file. after a long wait like in the other forum, and I cant make the text RED.

2nd try, same upload time as old forum, now posting to see time to appear. Editing: The pic is some 850 kb. and only the half is showing, no move right/left ruler appears, to see the whole pic you must open in a new window.

 

 

Why can't the software automatically convert files to 1000kb or less???

Regards Graham

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Beobuddy replied on Mon, Feb 6 2012 10:16 PM

Uploading a picture larger then 1 MB is possible in the MEDIA section.

BTW I find it not easy that you have to click on picture to see the full version. Normally we could use the slider bar on the bottom of a picture.

Now you have to click and close before you can read on.

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Rich replied on Tue, Feb 7 2012 2:27 AM

Beobuddy:

Uploading a picture larger then 1 MB is possible in the MEDIA section.

BTW I find it not easy that you have to click on picture to see the full version. Normally we could use the slider bar on the bottom of a picture.

Now you have to click and close before you can read on.

I prefer the new style.  Other fora use thumbnails - wonder if we could use thumbnails.


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