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Offline Peter Halle

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Below is a short video tutorial illustrating how to resize images using iPhoto and then inserting them into a post.  If you use this method you can control the height, width, quality, etc.

Happy posting!

Peter




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« Last Edit: April 12, 2011, 09:22 AM by Peter Halle »
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Offline builderbob

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That was very helpful Peter!  Thank you very much!!!

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Offline Alex

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Very good you posted a video. The picture size on this forum is getting out of hand lately, making them unwatchable and thus deteriorating this forum's functionality.

Please people, make your pictures a reasonable size, 800 or 900 pixels width at most. It is not difficult to resize your pictures, so be considerate of your viewers.

Offline kdzito

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Peter,

Thank you as I burned the candles at both ends last night by trying to post pics for the cutting grid as I was just too excited when I finished it and wanted the FOG to see.

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Offline Brice Burrell

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Very good you posted a video. The picture size on this forum is getting out of hand lately, making them unwatchable and thus deteriorating this forum's functionality.

Please people, make your pictures a reasonable size, 800 or 900 pixels width at most. It is not difficult to resize your pictures, so be considerate of your viewers.

Yes, I agree.  Thanks Peter.
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