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How To Post Images On A Thread

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Ryan, May 12, 2014.

  1. Ryan
    Joined: Jan 2, 1995
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    Ryan
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    from Austin, TX
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    Too large in file size.... Needs to be under 5mb.

    Did you get an error message or? What was the message.
     
  2. Okay, here's my photo insert test using the "direct to the H.A.M.B." method - mostly so I can see if it's easy to remove again...

    ThreeCars.jpg
     
  3. I can! I can! ...so cool to not have to use the "bucket" anymore!

    Ryan, I was uncomfortable with the new look and workings - for about 15min., but I'm finding my way around and have to say you've done an outstanding job once again! Congrats!

    Dave
     
  4. Testing photo upload DSCF3936.JPG
     
  5. iamq
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  6. 40LUV
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    40LUV
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    from Mid Jersey

    Dawdy


    Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App!
     
  7. New phone app jockey here. ..hope this works...

    Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App!
     
  8. Try that again

    Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App!
     

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  9. rust&patina
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  11. ev88f
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    P1060093.JPG
    Hey this is a lot easier on the new format! Thanks!
     
  12. D.Conrad
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    I'm slowly getting used to the new H.A.M.B. but I have 3 questions. Why did you change it, how do I email a page, and how do I preview a post?
     

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  13. Acme Speed Shop
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    from so cal

    The uploaded file is too large for the server to process. Faaaarrg! the photo is 2.2 meg. what is wrong????!!!
     
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  15. D.Conrad
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    BTT
     
  16. Acme Speed Shop
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  17. Acme Speed Shop
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    Acme Speed Shop
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    from so cal

    Well shit howdy! Ryan to the rescue. He sent me a link to a "how to" in iPhoto and it worked. It is a little bit of a pain in the ass because I have to process every photo smaller and save them in a separate folder but what the hell; it works.

    This is my new project. 34,000 original mile fire truck.
    1955 chevy lcf fire truck - 02.jpg

    1955 chevy lcf fire truck - 03.jpg
     
  18. seatex
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    What the hell is going wrong if every response is "file to large for server to process"? Ahhhhh, to be old AND stupid:mad:
     
  19. joel
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  20. Bearcat_V8
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    OK I gotta give this a try. Do I have to resize the image?
    P1020012.JPG
     
  21. Bearcat_V8
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    from Dexter, MI

    Hey, that's pretty sweet. Lets try full size.
    P1020011.JPG
     
  22. 47Ford3.jpg

    Okay on the test, got it. Much easier, thanks.
     
  23. seatex
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    can I get that link? Is it only for I phones, what about sizing from you desktop?
     
  24. linechaser32
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    from Iowa

    What is the maximum picture file that can be loaded. Having trouble loading pix. Says file is too big
     
  25. My son set up a couple of files, one he named "capture", I can just copy or drag a large picture into it and just like magic a smaller version shows up in the other file he named "resized". Of course like everything else he does to our computers, he can't (or won't) explain it in a terms that I can understand. Anyway sure makes it easier to deal with pictures.
     
  26. Rich B.
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  27. seatex
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    A LITTLE HELP? Still says file too large! AAAAARRRRGGGGGHHHHH!!!!!!!
     
  28. Model A Mark
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    from dallas
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    me too, i still cant post pics and they are 520 kb in size ..
     
  29. Slopok
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    I sometimes get an error saying picture is too big. Same camera same settings, what am I doing wrong? Is there a preferred size? Largest is 2.20 mb.
    Thank you, Jake
     
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2014
  30. xderelict
    Joined: Jul 30, 2006
    Posts: 2,477

    xderelict
    Member Emeritus

    I've tried to post a j peg. I see none of the thumbnail full size selection stuff. It keeps denying my photos as to large. I have zero problem posting on other sites.
     

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