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yeah, i see it now. i was looking in the profile editing options and in my main gallery page but not at specific images. i got it now though. thanks to both of you for the help!
 

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Did the gallery bugs every get fixed? I tried to upload a few months ago and was getting the same errors as others...tried again today and get the same errors.

File upload error. Cannot find uploaded file.
Path: [/home/httpd/vhosts/subaruoutback.org/httpdocs/gallery/500/10798posting_2.jpg]

How are people getting thier images uploaded to the gallery and then getting the subaruoutback.org tag auto added?
 

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Hey Daniel,

So you tried to upload and it did not work? What gives, I just uploaded just a week ago?

mmm, is your file small enough (generally around 1000 pixels wide @ 72 dpi) or about 80-120K? Jpeg format (progressive or not will work).

I will post a test and see for myself if it is working. Just as an FYI, I believe Tiff, Gif or any other common image files will not work in the gallery. Ok, onto testing the gallery.

Edit* I see your image is a Jpg image which should work. I doubt the underscore has any effect, leaving the image size as the best guess.
 

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Yes sir, it is working. I have a feeling there is some error with your image, possibly it is just too large. Have a look at the requirements I spelled out above and see if you can identify the problem. If not, you have my email address, so give me a shout.

For my test, I made sure to use an easy to identify test image. How about a nice dainty flower photograph that I shot this morning at work... er, break.



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You know, I think the site was getting it's monthly backup this morning which may have screwed it up. I noticed it slowed down considerably when I posted.
 

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A little help here?

I've got a great post for the SUBARU OUTBACK > General > Problems & Maintenance > Oil and Fuel Discussion section. When I cut and paste this code all I get is a link not the picture. (there is no space in the pasted code. put that there to fool the system in to displaying what I wanted)

[IMG ]http://upload7.postimage.org/679315_c9838e9e092e1fc036626b6dd4e376bf/hdbefore.jpg[/IMG]


Can someone help me figure out what I'm doing wrong? Then you'll see why a picture of a hard drive makes for a great post in the oil forum :2:
 

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Re: Image Editing Software

Boxxerace said:
Beside's the popular Photoshop @ $599.00 there are a host of free image editors.

Here you are:


Gimp: http://www.gimp.org/index.html

Paint.net: http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/paint.net/

Krita (part of an open source office): http://www.koffice.org/krita/

Pixia: http://park18.wakwak.com/~pixia/

CinePaint: http://cinepaint.movieeditor.com/ <-- interesting

MtPaint: http://www.btinternet.com/~mark.tyler4/mtpaint/index.html

Lastly, you know you want:

TuxPaint: http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/tuxpaint/
rather than try to figure out which of these is the best, i'll just ask, which one is the best ?

i'm sure that's a subjective question so whick one does more useful stuff ? which one is the easiest to use for editing, resiziing, making color into black and white etc.

thanks, i don't want super complicated, something to play with photos.
 

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http://www.apple.com/ilife/iphoto/

FREE! (...w/the purchase of a Mac, that is...)

( :p I'd be kicked out of the super-duper-mac-user club if I didn't say that... :p )

Or you could try Google's Picasa - http://picasa.google.com/

It's free, it's an excellent photo library organizer, and it has enough basic editing tools to get you by. Try it for a few days and see if it has enough for you. It's a Google product, so you know it'll be user-friendly...worst case scenario, you don't like it and you try something else.
 

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Well now I have read this thread.

It's very informative. My camera does the whole 300dpi so I have really large photo files :rolleyes: So that bit about changing the pixels to 72 and the width to 1000 helped out a lot! thanks!

I prefer to use adobe products as well. Another fun photo product is: collage maker 2.05 I just picked that up the other day, and it's pretty fun.
 

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Lizard. I clicked on the gallery and did not get anywhere there was no upload photos link ?
 

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Adobe Photoshop Elements - most of the needed features for less than $100.
 
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