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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 20 Dec 2010 03:28 #25

You lost the Pinup Gallery???

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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 21 Dec 2010 03:07 #26

OK I gotta turn on the comments. There's stuff being loaded there that's not being posted on the forum. I haven't even tested the comments so let's see what that's all about.
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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 21 Dec 2010 08:32 #27

I think Ive got all mine through ok :)
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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 21 Dec 2010 10:01 #28

Moon Puppy, I loaded pic's to my gallery in a new album and when I was going to post them they were ginormous :woohoo: . Is there a way to re-size them?

Thanks, the computer illiterate guy.
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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 21 Dec 2010 10:19 #29

tomwes wrote:
Moon Puppy, I loaded pic's to my gallery in a new album and when I was going to post them they were ginormous :woohoo: . Is there a way to re-size them?

What photo management software are you using on your computer? PC or Mac? If on Mac, then just use "Preview". If on PC, then there are plenty of photo/image tools out there.

Most photo/image tools have a resize option. I resize mine to a maximum of 1600 pixels wide. Then save or export them with new filenames so that you don't overwrite your originals. Then just upload your resized files.



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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 21 Dec 2010 11:22 #30

My favorite program is paint.net www.getpaint.net/index.html
Very full featured and free.
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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 21 Dec 2010 12:19 #31

There's a plugin for an external editor, website, that I can install and check out. but having huge pictures of that WnW is cool, there is some resizing going on, the original is kept in place, then there's a normal and thumbnail.
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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 21 Dec 2010 18:17 #32

I've got a PC, I will mess with it later today and see what I can do.


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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 22 Dec 2010 05:28 #33

MOONIE,

I just looked over th New Digs !! Cool ! I just made a profile .... Can I get My old pix transferred ? Thanx Chief ! :notworthy: :thumbsup

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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 23 Dec 2010 18:33 #34

Now that I'm getting the hang of up loading, how do we delete photos? I put up some duplicates :blush:
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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 24 Dec 2010 01:33 #35

you know, I thought I knew, I can't find it. I'll check the settings again.
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Re: New Modeler's Alliance Gallery 24 Dec 2010 03:32 #36

Go to "My Gallery", and then click on the "Edit Files" button, select each photo you want to delete (red X) and then "Apply Changes".



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