In reply to Karen:
Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to JaneV:
Nothing to do with ospreys or MB, but.. Mike is there any where we know that Elliott B is monitoring and where we could yet again raise problems? I've been on my tablet/phone for over a week now and find it so frustrating. I was sent an email by the RSPB Shop site asking for my experience and comments. As I can't even log on to the main RSPB site, let alone the Shop, I refrained from commenting! Thank heavens I can log on to the Community!! There is so much still that is wrong. At least I can do a little more on my laptop! I shouldn't be wishing my holiday away, but...
ENS by the way and it looks quite bright.
PS I edited my post and it opened under, and showed only, the opening post on the thread. Is that new?
Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
In reply to Mike:
Mike B said:Karen, when you go to post a picture there is a default setting for the size. Try deleting the two sizes and simply put 500 in the second box. Then post and see how you get on.
Morning Mike - thanks for info and yes I see that. I usually just highlight the photo and drag it to resize. I am trying to see if I can change the default to deal with multiple photos.
I will play about on the techie thread as to not bog up this thread later as must walk the pooch. SYL
In reply to SheilaFE:
Karen W said: how are you managing to post such large captures?
Some of my pics come out huge even when I leave in the 320x240 default, so I really don't know...
If I have time and I don't want pic to come out too big, I resize it in my photo handler (IrfanView) and then set the width the same in the Insert box, I don't bother with the second (depth) box.
If I'm in a hurry I don't necessarily resize the pic locally and I blank out both the 320 and the 240 in the Insert box.
I thought you found the Photo uploading test thread a day or two ago?
Dragging 'n dropping is suitable for single pics especially (as separating a batch can be dodgy, in my case anyway ;) ).
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