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Yesterday 01:26 AM
Castlemaid
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Originally Posted by Nurse Bishop View Post
Why can't we just post it directly off our computer?
You can!

Go to "Go Advanced" when replying, and click on the paperclip icon to attach a file off your computer.
12-02-2016 06:23 PM
Nurse Bishop You can resize it but it still has to have an url to post it here. Why can't we just post it directly off our computer?
02-10-2015 11:30 AM
ViciousXUSMC Hmm not seeing the option to edit my above post.

But as promised: http://youtu.be/YUmEkVamKtw

You will most likely want to watch 720p or 1080p in fullscreen.

02-04-2015 10:39 PM
ViciousXUSMC My favorite program is Irfanview
IrfanView - Official Homepage - one of the most popular viewers worldwide

Not only can it do a magnificent job of resizing photos, it will become your #1 image viewer as its many times faster than the built in Windows Photo Viewer and it supports tons more formats.

Totally free, small download, been using it for years.

Soon as I get some free time I think I will record a little video as a tutorial on how to use it, as while basic stuff is easy to figure out, with a bit of knowledge you can do some really advanced things with it like batch processing (resize hundreds of photos in one go) choose resample methods, add watermarks, crop, etc.
10-13-2014 02:10 PM
WirelessG Image resizer originally was a Microsoft program that came with Windows XP. For some reason they dropped it for Windows 7 and beyond, but it's still available from other sources for W7 and beyond. It is very simply to use - right click on the pictures and select "resize images" in the pop down menu and away you go. Nothing to open up, no programs to run.

https://imageresizer.codeplex.com/
01-06-2014 01:48 PM
Tiffseagles
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Originally Posted by Ken Clean-Air System View Post
Quick question - why doesn't the BB code here support image resizing using BB code itself? For example, using either [img=800x600] or [img height="800" width="600"] should resize the image using just the BB code itself without having to resize the images you are linking to. I prefer leaving my uploaded images at full size as I use the uploaded files as kind of a cloud backup to my local copies. Enabling this type of resizing would save the trouble of having to upload two copies (one resized and one full size) of every image I decide to post here.

Just a friendly question/suggestion.
I wish this was an option. I tried using BB and HTML with no success. I'd post more often if we could do this.
11-30-2013 11:29 AM
kristinamaria you can use Photoshop software to resize any photo or you can crop any photo for Resize.DVR KIT
02-09-2013 10:47 PM
Ken Clean-Air System Quick question - why doesn't the BB code here support image resizing using BB code itself? For example, using either [img=800x600] or [img height="800" width="600"] should resize the image using just the BB code itself without having to resize the images you are linking to. I prefer leaving my uploaded images at full size as I use the uploaded files as kind of a cloud backup to my local copies. Enabling this type of resizing would save the trouble of having to upload two copies (one resized and one full size) of every image I decide to post here.

Just a friendly question/suggestion.
11-26-2012 09:17 AM
Kyleigh WOW ... this is awesome ... thanks so much!
09-14-2012 11:07 AM
Shaolin Thank you!
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