Thanks Scylla and Alan for your help and inport
This system is sill driving me up the wall
Hi to everyone
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Perhaps we should all stop posting photographs - It is very disappointing that they are being so intransigent about not changing the default size, claiming that it slows the site down. However, anecdotal evidence from users does not support that theory and if it were true, surely they should not allow us to increase the display size ourselves. To me it's the biggest disappointment with the new system, especially since they have at last provided a multi-photo loading capability.
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In reply to James:
This is replying to the opening post
Testing for the first time in community
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Taken from the Charlo Osprey nest just over about 17th March 2018
oh dear,that turned out very big in the preview pane... posting now. #test123
2016: first time in history an Osprey nested in the NL. 2018: 2 active nests! 2019: a winterstorm took that first nest down, still hoping for a good season...
(letting the sizes in the upload function set to standard)
insert line here (so this way i can get more in) ahaaa!
(setting width to 450 and the other size "empty")
i am satisfied. with the upload tool in rtf. #endoftest
OTTER MIEMUIS said:
i am satisfied. with the upload tool in rtf
I find that my snaps override the size in the Insert box :-/ They come out huuuuge when I don't want them to :-/
Beautiful photos, Otter :-*
Otter also said:
I hope so too!
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This unresized screenshot from the middle-ish of a 16:9 cam is uploaded with the default 320x240, but comes out huge.
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