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Old 10-20-2016   #1
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posting photos to RFF

Is it possible to include software/feature which automatically resizes photos deemed too large to post on RFF?

I have photos which i'd like to share but don't because of the work involved. I have minimal computer and image processing resources available, but more importantly, if there are too many steps involved in sharing, I don't bother.
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Is it possible to include software/feature which automatically resizes photos deemed too large to post on RFF?

I have photos which i'd like to share but don't because of the work involved. I have minimal computer and image processing resources available, but more importantly, if there are too many steps involved in sharing, I don't bother.
Yes that would be a great help and would def get more photos in the threads.
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Is it possible to include software/feature which automatically resizes photos deemed too large to post on RFF?

I have photos which i'd like to share but don't because of the work involved. I have minimal computer and image processing resources available, but more importantly, if there are too many steps involved in sharing, I don't bother.
the present software does not allow that.

Once the new software is in place, posting pics will be much easier.

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the present software does not allow that.

Once the new software is in place, posting pics will be much easier.

Stephen
Fantastic! Thank you, Stephen. Is there an ETA on that?
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Thanks Stephen - I've wanted automatic resizing for some time and suggested its inclusion a year or so back. It should encourage more postings to the Gallery.
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You can resize in batch using "Easy Thumbnails", free software and really easy to use. And resizing before uploading takes it easier on your internet connection.
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when i work on an image, i make 2 differently sized copies at the end, a full sized and a small one. the small i use for the net.
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PS flickr has done this for years... A huge reason why I still use it even after all their butchering.
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