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allez 05-29-06 02:34 PM

test dammit
http://img212.imageshack.us/img212/4495/dsc006789vk.jpg

bwgride 05-31-06 01:41 AM

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mmmm

pitboss 06-08-06 08:50 PM

http://img144.imageshack.us/img144/8262/1tools18gj.jpg

woodcycl 06-13-06 10:08 PM

Can someone explain how to post a thumbnail that has a link to a larger photo when clicked? I've tried all the options on the GUI, but don't see anything for a thumbnail. Or, is this only available thru the manage attachments which is limited to 100kb?

uxrider 06-14-06 07:16 PM

test picture posting

uxrider 06-14-06 07:23 PM

test
 
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tests where is the picture?

FixdGearHead 06-29-06 03:58 PM

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Vino

mattvelo 06-29-06 07:54 PM

I took a sick day for this!!!
 
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Attachment 18929I took a sick day to work out how to do this. Oh, and also to go to the hospital and get the foot that some dickhed drove over this week looked at!

cyclezealot 07-03-06 03:15 PM

Several forum members asked the same question. Searching this thread, I can't see where anyone replied.
I Have attempted before with the same results. Can't post a picture because it's kb is too great.
I went to my Kodak easy share and tried to crop the pictures I wanted to post. Still the picture was too large for Bike forum standards.
Went through all ten pages. I could not find a reply as to what to do to crop a picture to be under the 100 kb forum standard. Seems this question was asked by three other subscribers. I could find no responses to the three others who made this same question.
Same problem persists; guess that is why I have not attempted to post a picture for over a year.
Anyone please answer how to crop a picture so it will be under 100 kb. thanks.

Mr.OB1 07-07-06 01:32 AM

Test
 
[img]D:\My Documents\My Pictures\05_4300_YEL.jpg[/img]

Mr.OB1 07-07-06 01:37 AM

[img]http:\\www.trekkingthai.com\pic1\05_4300_YEL.jpg[/img]

Mr.OB1 07-07-06 01:37 AM

test
 
[img]http:\\www.trekkingthai.com\pic1\05_4300_YEL.jpg[/img]

ทดสอบ

Mr.OB1 07-07-06 01:40 AM

Test New
 
http://www.trekkingthai.com/pic1/05_4300_YEL.jpg

Test

Mr.OB1 07-07-06 01:42 AM

[IMG]D:\My Documents\My Pictures\1364.jpg[/IMG]

Test

Steve Skyers 07-09-06 09:55 PM

testhttp://ca.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/sky...e2.jpg&.src=ph

Steve Skyers 07-09-06 09:57 PM

test 2 sorry
http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment...1&d=1152503040

Steve Skyers 07-09-06 10:03 PM

test after photobucket
http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g4...pSpeedHill.jpg

Stacey 07-10-06 05:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cyclezealot
Several forum members asked the same question. Searching this thread, I can't see where anyone replied.
I Have attempted before with the same results. Can't post a picture because it's kb is too great.
I went to my Kodak easy share and tried to crop the pictures I wanted to post. Still the picture was too large for Bike forum standards.
Went through all ten pages. I could not find a reply as to what to do to crop a picture to be under the 100 kb forum standard. Seems this question was asked by three other subscribers. I could find no responses to the three others who made this same question.
Same problem persists; guess that is why I have not attempted to post a picture for over a year.
Anyone please answer how to crop a picture so it will be under 100 kb. thanks.


Firrst off, use the .JPG format for your pictures, they will provide a much smaller file size that a GIF or BMP file. Secondly, when you save as a JPG you image editor/management program should have a way for you to reduce the file size (compress) the picture, Less compression=more detail, more compression=less detail.

If your utility has no means to adjust compression you might want to look at IrfanView to do this for you. It's a free download, not a resource hog and works well for a multitude of basic tasks. Best of all it's independent from the OS,

When you go to save the picture there is an "Options" button in the lower right corner, clicking this will provide access to the compression management feature.

Good luck. If you're still having problems PM me and I'll do what I can to help you.

Stacey 07-10-06 05:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr.OB1
[IMG]D:\My Documents\My Pictures\1364.jpg[/IMG]

Test


You image has to be uploaded to a server or image host. The "D:\My Documents..." path is just your computer. You know howmany millions of computers have the "d:\My Documents..." path :)

bwgride 07-11-06 02:48 AM

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doh

bwgride 07-11-06 02:50 AM

http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment...7&d=1152607677

mudskipper99 07-11-06 07:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cyclezealot
Several forum members asked the same question. Searching this thread, I can't see where anyone replied.
I Have attempted before with the same results. Can't post a picture because it's kb is too great.
I went to my Kodak easy share and tried to crop the pictures I wanted to post. Still the picture was too large for Bike forum standards.
Went through all ten pages. I could not find a reply as to what to do to crop a picture to be under the 100 kb forum standard. Seems this question was asked by three other subscribers. I could find no responses to the three others who made this same question.
Same problem persists; guess that is why I have not attempted to post a picture for over a year.
Anyone please answer how to crop a picture so it will be under 100 kb. thanks.

Another way to make your picture under 100kb is, for instance, if you are taking a picture of your bike, take the picture farther away, so your bike isnt filling the whole picture. Then crop out your bike and resize. I dont know how to do much on the computer, and thats how I got them smaller. I also use Kodak Easy share, but I crop and resize on IrfanView. Whenever I do it this way, its always way under 100kb.

scoundrl 07-12-06 10:41 PM

but would this appear?http://static.flickr.com/76/18854004...f31017.jpg?v=0

Griz 07-21-06 03:48 PM

Test

http://velospace.org/files/LeMondZ02a.jpg

Griz 07-21-06 03:49 PM

Hey, it worked!!!


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