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Old 09-02-2019, 05:25 AM
mowat mowat is offline
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Default Test photo fingers crossed!

A photo of the inner tail panel I have been making at home for my HR wagon
Well seems like my photo won’t load will need to look into to it to see what I need to do bummer
Ross Ritchie
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Old 09-02-2019, 09:35 AM
PAToyota PAToyota is offline
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In the attach photos dialog, there is a key below with file sizes. A common issue is that an image file from a digital camera or cellphone is much too big for the forum and you have to scale it down.

The top "sticky" in this forum also has a step-by-step detail of how to go about it:
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Old 09-03-2019, 10:38 AM
James. V. D. W James. V. D. W is offline
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Generally before I add an attachment I click on the add attachment tab, then Browse and when I find the pick I want to use, I right click on it and select "edit". It will open in the edit window. There I click resize and select pixels. 100 pixels usually works well for me. Save and open.
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