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Re: Ideal pedal pressure?

PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 11:52 pm
by TerryMcGee
Here's the first of John's images. I've reduced it to 750px wide to makes sure it fits on screen. I'm not sure what the practical limit is.

LaPorteSprings1, 750pixels wide.jpg
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Re: Ideal pedal pressure?

PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 11:56 pm
by TerryMcGee
And here's the second, reduced to 1000px wide.

Finished row, 1000 px.jpg
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OK, so that invokes a horizontal slider as well as a vertical slider. So the real constraint is 256KB if you don't mind sliders, and something like 900 wide, 375 high if you don't want sliders. That's pretty good!

Ahh! Just worked out that if you now click on the image, it will convert to full size. Very good!

Terry

Re: Ideal pedal pressure?

PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2013 1:31 am
by JohnGouwens
Did this load onto the forum itself, or is it a link from your site, Terry?

Re: Ideal pedal pressure?

PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2013 11:44 am
by TerryMcGee
Into the forum itself. So no other site needed. Let's see if I can pull all the instructions together....

Open the "Upload Attachment" tab below the new message or reply panel.
Press "Choose File" and locate the file on your computer.
Press "Add the file" to attach the file.
Add a comment if desired; it will appear below the image.

In the new message or reply panel, place your cursor where you want the image to appear.
Press the "Place Inline" button.
The link to the attachment is now in your message.
Complete the message and submit.

Note that the attachment size is limited to 256K. A warning message will alert you to oversize files when you try to upload.
If the image is bigger than about 900 pixels wide and 375 pixels high, it will appear smaller with sliders. Readers can click on it to make it full size.

Terry