uploading to photogallery

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uploading to photogallery

Postby bethelljohn on Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:12 am

Hi,

I posted a note to the Photogallery, but although I seleected two photos and clicked the attach button, neither seemed to have appeared. Is there a file limit size or am I doing something stupid, please?

Thanks.
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Re: uploading to photogallery

Postby bethelljohn on Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:25 am

Further to the above. Immediately before I posted the above I uploaded, as I believed, the 1/400 small thatched cottage. This too hasn't appeared. Are files queued somewhere before they are added to the site - virus checking or security, maybe? Or should I try uploading again?

Thanks.
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Re: uploading to photogallery

Postby evande on Tue Dec 15, 2009 8:30 am

Thanks for the uploads!!!
Regarding showing photos, I re-posted the directions for that in the photo gallery.

Then I went and checked the uploaded files and I see all three of your mb4 files there: Country Station, Post Office, and Garage are all there in the "everything else" category. It could be they just took a little time to show up. It is usually instant.

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Re: uploading to photogallery

Postby bethelljohn on Tue Dec 15, 2009 12:37 pm

It looks like the thatched cottage didn't make it so I will try again.

Thabks, Shelly.
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Re: uploading to photogallery

Postby bethelljohn on Tue Dec 15, 2009 1:22 pm

Hi Shelly,

What I obviously didn't spot was the file size for my tiny building is too large! How do I reduce pixel content or image size in Model Builder, please, as there seems to be no point in uploading anything but am Mb4 file?

Thank you.
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Re: uploading to photogallery

Postby evande on Tue Dec 15, 2009 1:51 pm

native model builder files are not large. Imported images can make a file very large indeed. Especially if the images are 1MB each and you have several... try reducing the size of your imported images in a photo editing program.
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