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    Hello there.
    Is it possible some one can tell me how to post pictures so they are large on the screen, i know how to post the link pics throug imageshack, but that does my head in having to open a link to see them.
    cheers in advance.

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    You are probably posting the thumbnail line. Check to see if there are two links provided and copy the one which isn't a thumbnail.

    Otherwise when you post the link, see if it says something like /imagename.th.jpg and if it does, delete the '.th' part from the link

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    why not use? photobucket.com??

    it works well

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    If This works then ive got it...



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    cheers lads

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    Yeah that has worked

    Could do with being resized to 800x600 though as that is a massive picture. Its about twice the size of my 22" monitor!

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    how do i do that as it comes up fitting perfect on mine. has a little bar across the top of the pic saying that it has been resized

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    Doers yours not auto-resize Dave??

    Chewy, it gives you the option of resizing when you upload. The drop down box is normally set at 'Optimise without resizing'.

    On photobucket, you can set your account to auto-resize when uploading.
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    Yeah it resizes once it has finished loading. But the picture is 1.3mb in size, so your still loading a full size image. Not too bad when its only one image, but takes a while if there are 10 or so lol

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