You can re-size your photos in the reply window now

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Just click the photo and drag the corner to the width of the window. I'm not sure how to determine where to drag the height, though.
 

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Just click the photo and drag the corner to the width of the window. I'm not sure how to determine where to drag the height, though.
No matter how much I click and drag, my photo remains the same size. Please advise as to what clicker I need to resize my photo. Thanks.
 
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When you attach a photo to a thread, it must first meet the forum upload file size limits. You may need to re-size your photo before attaching - if it is too large for the forum limits.

Once your photo is attached, you can then re-size it inside the reply window so it displays the way you want. I use a windows PC and firefox browser. Here's a few screen shots of how I do it:

1. Click the "attach files" button
resize-1.jpg



2. Click insert, then full image, and the photo appears in the reply window (at your full upload size)
resize-1-2.jpg


If you click on your photo in the reply window, a little white box appears at each corner of your photo, and a small dialog box opens
resize-2-2.jpg


The dialog box has options to align, re-size, delete, insert link, etc. but you can also click and drag one of the little white boxes in the corner of your photo
resize-3-2.jpg




Hope this helps!

-Z
 

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