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#1 Posted : Monday, February 07, 2011 8:49:05 AM(UTC)
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done a few post and one time got the picture to show other two time shows as a jpg file that you have to download. Can't figure out what I did to get the photo to come out on the one post and not the others...any help will be appreciated. thanks
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#2 Posted : Monday, February 07, 2011 8:32:56 PM(UTC)
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Since noone has answered yet, I'll offer how I get my picture to show up automatically without others having to "open" the .jpg file:

1. Select "attach" at the bottom where you hit the "post" button (before you hit post)

2. Post (this will bring up the "browse" button)

3. Browse/select the picture from your file and wait until it pops into the "browse" field.

4. Once the URL pops into the "browse" field, you then hit the UPLOAD button to the right of "browse".

5. Once it uploads and you go "back", your picture should appear.

That's what I do.

HTH.

Char
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, February 09, 2011 1:38:19 AM(UTC)
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CricketCMV wrote:
Since noone has answered yet, I'll offer how I get my picture to show up automatically without others having to "open" the .jpg file:

1. Select "attach" at the bottom where you hit the "post" button (before you hit post)

2. Post (this will bring up the "browse" button)

3. Browse/select the picture from your file and wait until it pops into the "browse" field.

4. Once the URL pops into the "browse" field, you then hit the UPLOAD button to the right of "browse".

5. Once it uploads and you go "back", your picture should appear.

That's what I do.

HTH.

Char

These instructions are correct. But, if your file is too large, the pic will not show. You'll just see the file instead. I find under 200 Kbytes, or between 100 and 200 Kbytes shows just the right size. You can use any photo editing program to do it. The regular microsoft "paint" can even be used.
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, February 09, 2011 9:11:54 PM(UTC)
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I use the same procedure as CricutCMV with the exception of attaching my picture once I've posted. In other words, when you're finished typing, click post. Once you post appears on the page, you will have the option to attach. Click there and it will show you a screen to get your photo and upload it. This seems to work better for me than using the attach feature at the end of typing. HTH
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#5 Posted : Saturday, February 12, 2011 11:38:51 AM(UTC)
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I've had trouble with this too. I did figure out the size problem I think so I am going to try it here.

Yay! It worked!!! Thanks for the help!!!

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#6 Posted : Sunday, February 13, 2011 8:37:39 AM(UTC)
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found this at cnet.com there is a free program download for PIXresizer this program is so easy to use. You can easily make your picture file size smaller so that they can be viewed on the cricut message board. I know personal I am impatient and don't always want to take the time to download so I can view a picture.
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#7 Posted : Sunday, February 13, 2011 1:53:05 PM(UTC)
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I don't have to resize my pics. My operating system is WINDOWS XP.

But, I do change my settings on my DESKTOP before I pull the pictures off the digital camera to my computer. I change to 800X600Pixels. I don't know if this changes anything at all, but that's how I was told to download from digital camera to my computer.

To do this, right click anywhere on your desktop--not on an icon. Choose PROPERTIES. On the SETTINGS tab, go to pixels and slide the arrow back to 800X600Pixels. Note the settings they're on before you change it, so you can go back and change them back after you download your pictures to your computer.

I think that's the reason I don't have to resize. Does anyone know if this has anything to do with how your pictures size themselves?It would be nice to hear from some of you computer wizards out there.

Char
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#8 Posted : Sunday, February 13, 2011 6:29:25 PM(UTC)
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The easiest way for me is to use the sotfware that came with my camera. Most any program photo editing software should work. It doesn't have to be expensive.

Once you know the size - pixels - you need for photo to be you should have a place to enter that information. Some programs that tell you it's too big will tell you what size it should be in percent rather than pixels. If I can find an example I'll post a screen shot for you. HTH
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#9 Posted : Saturday, March 12, 2011 8:12:49 AM(UTC)
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Let me try
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#10 Posted : Saturday, March 12, 2011 8:17:21 AM(UTC)
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