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PICR.me , RWI's new image hosting site!

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    #76
    Testing...

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      #77
      I use Taptalk.... anyone else, keeps it simple.

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        #78
        Testing



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          #79
          Here are specific posting instructions using the Picr.me website. If you see any changes that would improve these instructions please let me know. The first link is a PDF file, the second link is a PowerPoint file.

          https://www.dropbox.com/s/r4w1wxw5ey...v%202.pdf?dl=0

          https://www.dropbox.com/s/uqwk8jkx43...%202.pptx?dl=0
          Last edited by tkingjr; 07-03-19, 13:28.

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            #80
            Originally posted by tkingjr View Post
            If you see any changes that would improve these instructions please let me know.

            Step 5: select and copy the BBcode (medium or Full / linked) from the Embed-codes

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              #81
              Originally posted by loewenzahn View Post


              Step 5: select and copy the BBcode (medium or Full / linked) from the Embed-codes
              Thanks for the help. The files are updated.
              Last edited by tkingjr; 07-03-19, 13:25.

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                #82
                Originally posted by tkingjr View Post

                Thanks for the help. The files are updated.
                So, you advise to use this method (copy and paste the BBCode) instead of using the button we have in the post box (when writing a post, there's a picr.me button in the bar right avobe).

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                  #83
                  Originally posted by Hinclimincli View Post

                  So, you advise to use this method (copy and paste the BBCode) instead of using the button we have in the post box (when writing a post, there's a picr.me button in the bar right above).
                  No. This is an alternate way to setup and use Picrme to store and post all your watch photos. I use both methods. At some point, I should add the camera icon method.

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                    #84
                    Test:

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                      #85
                      It seems that every image uploaded to picr is 1.5MB and makes scrolling through wristie threads tedious on slower connections (like Australia's shithouse NBN). Why does it have to be so big? surely 150KB is more than enough. Can this be adjusted?

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                        #86
                        Picr lets you upload any size up to 25MB. It's in the responsability of the member to upload a smaller jpg at a non destructive compression rate, say a medium size. A strict maximum of 150KB is not doable as besides the pixel size (e.g. 800 x 600) the HSB details in the jpg decide as well how large the outcome is. I think that in most cases about 300 KB will do.
                        Now that the majority of images come from smartphones this has to be taken into account before taking the shots.

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